Helgeandskyrkan is a church located in Klostergården, on the south-west side of Lund in Skåne, Sweden. It was opened in 1968 as a district church in the Lund Cathedral Parish, but became the main church of the Helgeand Parish after it was formed in 1991.
The functionalistic church has thick brick walls, a campanile and a pulpit on the exterior designed for outdoor services. It has 23 church bells, of which twenty form a chime of bells and three are located in the campanile.
The architect behind the church was Sten Samuelson.