Being Anglican

“In the primary things, unity; in the secondary things, generosity; in all things, charity”  St Augustine

There are many different ways of being a Christian. Being Anglican is a way that offers room to breathe, to think, to pray, to explore and to grow wise in the knowledge of God. 

The Anglican Church is an affiliation of independent national or regional churches in communion with the Church of England, which may be regarded as the “Mother Church” of this worldwide family. So, more accurately it should be referred to as the Anglican Communion. There are about 77 million Anglican Christians in the world.
There is a very wide divergence of opinion and worship-style to be found within Anglican churches. The Anglican Church has been termed a “broad church”, a large home in which people can find somewhere to worship, learn and find friendship. 

Our Bishop and the diocese of Europe
St Edmund's and the Anglican Chaplaincy of Norway are part of the Church of England´s Diocese in Europe under our bishop, the Right Reverend Dr Robert Innes.

Full information is at the diocese website

Stavanger, Trondheim and Bergen
In addition to Oslo, the Anglican Chaplaincy in Norway includes three other congregations: 

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