Welcome to St Edmund’s Anglican Churche, Norway

Welcome to our website where we hope you will find the information you are looking for. And when you come to Oslo, Norway’s capital city, a warm welcome awaits you at St Edmund’s. The Anglican Church has been ministering to English-speaking people here since the middle of the 19th century. St Edmund’s church building was dedicated in 1883...

The American Lutheran Church

The American Lutheran Church, Oslo, was founded on October 12th 1958.

The first pastor, Oscar C.Hanson, was sent over from the US parent church, ELCA. During the first years, worship services were held in rented quarters in downtown Oslo.

Oslo International Community Church !

…connecting English-speaking internationals to God’s big picture in Christ Jesus. We are a fellowship of English-speaking believers from all over the world who are now living or staying in the greater Oslo area. So whether you’ve come to stay in Oslo for a few weeks, a few years or for a life-time, Oslo International Community Church is a place where you and your family can come and belong......

Stavanger International Church

Greetings! We are a caring Christian community serving the international population of the greater Stavanger area with services in English. Our congregation includes people from a wide range of Christian denominations, nationalities and cultures.

Church of Norway

Christianity came to Norway around 1000 A.D., from the British Isles, Germany and Friesland. Agents of mission were monks, individuals impressed by experiences on Viking voyages and, above all, bishops accompanying their kings on journeys. Olav Haraldsson, known as St Olav after his death in the battle of 1030, was an outstanding Christian king of the time. Ansgar, later Archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen, is known as the apostle of Scandinavia.

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