This study examines the sensibility responses and visual satisfaction for lighting environments in the worshipspace of churches. Survey was performed with images of three worship spaces where a variety of lighting conditionswere used. Forty nine subjects participated in the survey. For three worship spaces, the variation of visual perception,sensibility responses, and visual satisfaction were analyzed according to the lighting conditions. Results indicate thatoverall impression of lighting environments improved when low color temperature of light, contrast of light, and indirectlighting fixtures were used for indoor wall surfaces. In order to create religious sensibility in worship space, the distributionof light with hierarchy is more important than the elements of decorative light. Overall satisfaction for lightingenvironments in the worship space of church showed a strong correlation with the contrast of light, the distributionpattern of light, the position and direction of light, and sensibility responses such as familiar and stable feeling aboutlighting environments.