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Services of Holy Eucharist are normally at

11:00 on Sunday mornings with Rev'd Kirk Weisz. 

See the schedule below for specific details. 

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

In-person coffee hour in Mariastuen has  been reinstated, 

and Sunday school for children and Youth activities are gradually starting up again.  

Note, however, that Chaplaincy wide Sunday school on Zoom will continueSee details below.


Sunday school on Zoom (Choom)

Sunday, 18.June, 9:40-10:15

The Chaplaincy of Norway has held a monthly Zoom service for children of all ages (ie. 1-13), along with their parents, since Spring 2021.  We call it Choom!  On the 3rd Sunday of each month a different aspect of Christianity is explored with music, a video, Bible reading/story and a craft. The theme of 2023 is the fruits of the spirit. Please be in touch with Bergen Reader, Iris, if you would like you and your child to join this virtual gathering.

St. Olaf's summer season opening service

Sunday, 21.May, 10:00-11:00

Senior Chaplain Joanna Udal led the opening service at St. Olaf's, Balestrand, with folks from the Bergen and Oslo congregations within the Chaplaincy of Norway, members of the Friends of St. Olaf's and the Kviknes family. Read about St. Olaf's on our Anglicans in Norway page.

Caring for the earth

The Bergen Anglican church is committed to supporting local environment initiatives. For example, we introduced recycle bins in Mariastuen for use by all the groups who use this space.  Do you know of projects we can become involved with? 

Do be in touch.

Care and support for Ukrainian refugees

The Bergen Anglican congregation is continuing to support Ukrainian refugees who find themselves in Bergen. The first scripture reading and intercessory prayers are offered in Ukrainian at each of our Sunday worship services by a refugee who has graciously volunteered her time to this service. This aids us tremendously in our efforts to serve this community finding their way in Norway.


All are welcome to a simple service of midday prayer (10-15 mins) on Wednesdays at 12:00 via Zoom (virtual). The service is liturgical in form and is combined with a time of fellowship afterward (30 mins). A chance to say hello to others, pray with them and wish one another well during the week. Please contact our priest Kirk to join the virtual gathering. 

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