Bergen's Anglican church warmly welcomes you, your family and friends to worship and fellowship.
As part of the the Diocese of Europe in the worldwide Anglican Communion, we are an international church community in which people from every continent and of many different Christian traditions and denominations have found a spiritual home. We seek to be a caring community of faith, offering spiritual and practical support for both those living and passing through Bergen.
We use the Common Worship liturgy for our Eucharistic Services.
As a general rule, there are English language services
in Mariakirken (St. Mary's Church) at 11:00 every Sunday. N.B. SERVICES CURRENTLY SUSPENDED
IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM REVD KIRK WEISZ
As of 13 March church services for the Bergen Anglican Church in Mariakirken
remain suspended until further notice.
In the meantime, please find below some useful resources for the weeks ahead.
Kirk's sermon for 29 March is available here:
Kirk's Mothering Sunday sermon for 22 March is available here:
The Archbishop of Canterbury will be broadcasting services on Radio 4, which will be available by simply clicking on the link below at the time of the event.
The page says that the order of service will be available, so that everyone can follow.
The Church of England have several excellent prayer apps.
Mostly importantly, let us hold all those affected by this global pandemic in our personal prayers, and please click the link to read "A Prayer for Amid an Epidemic"
by Kerry Weber, the Executive Editor of The Jesuit Review,
which I believe you will find to be both comforting and helpful.
WORSHIP IN MARIAKIRKEN
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:
You can read our local Safeguarding policy (including relevant contact details) here.