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Welcome to St Edmund's

The Coronavirus has brought us to put a halt on Services at our Church. During this phase in our lives, we offer you access to encouraging reflections on our website through the links provided below. You can also reach out to us via social media.

 

A Spiritual Home For All! 

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.

 

Notices

  • Should you find yourself in need of help, or want to talk with someone in the church, no matter what your age, please write to engelskekirke@gmail.com and leave your details so we can get in touch with you
  • If you would like to take part in a video bible-study, please contact Ekene at agbalakwe@yahoo.co.uk
  • Through the Holy Week you will find links on this website to various services and meditations. On Good Friday there will be a joint service with the American Lutheran Church (streamed on their Facebook page).
  • If you would like to add your name to the church mailing list please send details to terry.e.bevan@gmail.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What's On

We have sermons, virtual services, reflections and prayers with other inspirational materials posted on our website for you. 

You have access to a message from our locum priest, Bishop Jana Jeruma-Grinberga from Riga.

Also, a message from the Diocese in Europe, Bishop Robert Neil Innes in Brussels

Stay connected with us through our social media channels on Facebook and Instagram.

You may also log onto the Church of England website to gain access to more materials on Prayer Apps and other reflections.

Stavanger, Trondheim and Bergen

Anglican Chaplaincy in Norway

The Anglican Chaplaincy in Norway holds weekly Sunday services in three other cities:TrondheimBergen and StavangerIn addition, there are seasonal and occasional services in Balestrand, Drammen, Kristiansand and Tromsø.


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 find information on the Diocesan Safeguarding policy and relevant contact details including our local Safeguarding policy here.

 
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