The Anglican Church has been ministering to English-speaking people in Oslo since the mid-19th century. The St. Edmund's church building was dedicated in 1883.
The Anglican Chaplaincy in Norway is part of the Church of England and use their authorised forms of worship but its members come from all over the world and from many different Christian traditions. On an average Sunday there are worshippers from 20+ countries and from almost as many denominations, who have all made St. Edmund's their spiritual home whilst they are living in Oslo.
Sunday service at 11 am followed immediately by coffee hour.