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The Anglican Congregation in Bergen, Norway



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. 


The Bergen Anglican Church offers Eucharistic Services from Mariakirken

with a Zoom option, each Sunday at 11:00.

If you would like to join the services via Zoom, please contact either our priest Revd Weisz at or our warden at

Please see our Services and Events page for an up-to-date service schedule.

17 Oct 2021Revd Kirk Weisz
00:00 / 14:31
03 Oct 2021Revd Kirk Weisz
00:00 / 14:11
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Ordination of Rev'd Kirk Weisz to the Priesthood in the Church of England - Sept. 26, 2021 

Mariakirken, Bergen, Norway

President - Bishop David Hamid


The life of the Bergen congregation has been blessed with Kirk's talents, skills and leadership since 2016.  And so there is great pleasure, pride and joy all around in witnessing his ordination to the Priesthood within the Church of England.

You can watch the service on YouTube here.

3 Oct 2021

Audio Recording of the Gospel and Sermon

by Revd Kirk Weisz (low volume for first 90 seconds)

17 Oct 2021

Audio Recording of the Gospel and Sermon

by Revd Kirk Weisz


We are fortunate to hold our services in Bergen's oldest building, the beautiful stone Mariakirken (St. Mary's Church), recently renovated.


Become a registered member of the congregation, volunteer your time and talents, or donate to help us continue our mission.


Bergen is one of four congregations in the Anglican Chaplaincy in Norway, along with Oslo, Stavanger, and Trondheim.



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 the Chaplaincy Safeguarding policy (including relevant contact details) here

If you have any safeguarding concerns, either within or outside the church community, please feel free to contact our local safe-guarding officer, Molly Rydstrøm, at