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The Anglican Church in Trondheim




 Services this Winter
January

 

 

 Sunday 9th Baptism of Christ

1100 in Var Frue

for Holy Communion

and in the

Chapter House at

1800 for Evening Prayer

 

 

 

Thursday 13th January

1900-2030 Online chat Group on Prayer

-this month looking at the

Methodist Covenant Prayer,

tradtionally said at the begining of each new year.

 

 

Sunday 16th Epiphany 2

in the Cathedral

at 1800

 reflecting on the week of

Christian Unity  

 

 

 


Sunday 23 January Epiphany 3

1800 Chapter House

Holy Communion

 

 

 

Thursday 27th January

At the Waisenhuset 1900-2015

a lecture in our

Anglican Academy Series

given by

Dr Tobias Etzold,

lecturer in Political Science at NTNU

 

 

 

 

Sunday 30th January (Candlemas)

1800 Chapter House

Communion Service

 

 

 

Further details on our
Face Book pages,
The Anglican Church in Trondheim,
The Anglican Academy pages.


 
We follow the Anglican Lectionary and use
the Anglican Liturgy of Common Worship,
(not the Book of Common Prayer).
 

 
You do not need to be a member of the CofE
to take communion at our church

For more information please contact the Chaplain,
Sheila Rosenthal on (0047)94862604.  
 

 
 

WELCOME TO TRONDHEIM!

We are an international congregation where people of many different Christian traditions and denominations and from every continent have found a spiritual home.

WHO ARE WE?

We are an English-speaking international church and part of the Diocese of Europe within the worldwide Anglican Communion.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT


The Anglican Chaplaincy in Norway, through its commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ, seeks to respond to his call to be channels of God's reconciling love and power through:

  • Worship, celebration of the Sacraments and teaching of the Christian gospel.
  • Welcoming people from many lands and traditions into a caring, open, Christian fellowship.
  • Responding positively to human need locally and internationally.
  • Promoting justice, fair dealing and respect for God's creation.

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Nidaros Dom, end of the Pilgrimage,

Our services  are held in the
Norwegian Lutheran Cathedral (Nirados) 
 

We are pleased and proud and grateful for the love that the Church of Norway
shows to God by giving us space and time to worship in the heart of this ancient and historic city.
Centuries of Christian prayer soak the stones and timbers of the ancient walls,
may future generations also sense the grace that has upheld Christian worship
 in many tongues and to many tunes.
 
Please contact rev.s.rosenthal@gmail.com
if you are interested in joining us
or look at our Facebook Page
The Anglican Church in Trondheim 
 
 
 

LINKS TO ANGLICANS

Follow links below to Diocese of Europe
and the other Anglican congregations in Norway.

Anglican Diocese in Europe
Anglican Church in Oslo
Anglican Church 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:
 

 For more information please download information poster below

Click here to download the Safeguarding poster

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MEMBERSHIP?

We encourage our members and friends to register as members of the Anglican Church in Norway. 

Thank you.

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