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Welcome to St Edmund's

A spiritual home in the heart of Oslo.

You are welcome to join us every Sunday at 11.00.

Come along and see for yourself!

 

We are a church of tremendous diversity, with people from all ages, many races and nations, and social backgrounds. We include single people, families, refugees, migrants, and long-established citizens of our host country.

We offer a place to belong and a spiritual home to respond to the reconciling love of Jesus Christ. We are part of the Diocese in Europe of The Church of England, and the worldwide Anglican Communion.

We are at the heart of Oslo at Møllergata 30.

Coming Up at St Edmund's

Wednesday 26 February, Ash Wednesday: Sung Communion at 18.00.

Sunday 1 March, First Sunday of Lent: Sung Communion at 11.00.

You can find more events on our main Events page

Tea, Coffee & Friendship

Tea, Coffee & Friendship!

Saint Edmund’s has been the starting point of many valuable friendships.
Make sure to join us for coffee after the 11.00 Sunday service. Read more

What's On

  • Ash Wednesday - Wednesday 26 February at 18.00. 
  • First Sunday of Lent - Sunday 1 March at 11.00.
  • Second Sunday of Lent - Sunday 8 March at 11.00.
  • Third Sunday of Lent - Sunday 15 March at 11.00.
  • Lenten Book Group - Sundays 15, 22 and 29 March.
  • Fourth Sunday of Lent: Mothering Sunday - Sunday 22 March at 11.00.
  • Fifth Sunday of Lent - Sunday 29 March at 11.00.

You can find these and other dates on our main Events page.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for news and events.


Stavanger, Trondheim and Bergen

The Anglican Chaplaincy in Norway holds weekly Sunday services in four cities (Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger and Trondheim) as well as seasonal and/or occasional services in at least four other locations (Balestrand, Drammen, Kristiansand and Tromsø).

Congregation in Stavanger
Congregation in Trondheim
Congregation in Bergen

 

Safeguarding

The Diocese in Europe – of which we are a part – promotes “Safe Churches” as part of its commitment to the Safeguarding of Children and Vulnerable Adults.

You can read the Diocesan Safeguarding policy here: https://europe.anglican.org/safeguarding/policy-and-guidance

You can read our local Safeguarding policy (including relevant contact details) here.

 
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