We are a big church with lots of both activities and different fellowships you can come and become a part of.
Here are quick introduction to some of the activities that are easy to join if you don't speak Norwegian:
Every other Friday we meet in church for the international bible study. Here we are a small and friendly group of people, who meet to read the Bibel and discuss topics from the parts we read and get to know each other better. We also eat dinner with the Chinese bible study before we proceed with our study. This is a very nice fellowship!
Our language Cafe is an open gathering every other Monday here in the church. Here you will meet native speaking Norwegians++ who want to practice the Norwegian language with you. This is a place where you can come and talk about everyday things and get feedback on language errors or questions. You can also bring your homework if you attend a Norwegian language course and get help with your assignments connected with this.
The Alpha Course is a course that introduces you to the Christian faith using video teachings and conversational groups where you can ask questions and discuss faith. The next Alpha Course in Trondheim Frikirke is planned to start up in January/February in 2020.
The Chinese group is a group that meets regularly here in church. There are Bible studies, prayer meetings and different events such as the mid-Autumn festival and the Spring festival. For more questions, contact email@example.com or add chaozxx on Wechat.
The Foundry's mission is to challenge and equip young adults for a life with Jesus as a role model. We meet every Wednesday for either teaching or a small group. The teachings are translated into English.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want more info regarding The Foundry.
We have a prayer meeting in Church every Thursday from 11:00 to 12:00. After the prayer meeting we have lunch together. Please come and join us!
We wish that all our members have a smaller community where they belong in our church.
All Christians need fellowship. We were not created to live our lives as Christians alone, and we believe that we need fellowship that goes beyond the Sunday service and other meetings. We need smaller communities where we can get to know each other, pray for each other and share our joys and our sorrows.
Trondheim Frikirke has several bible groups or house groups that regularly meet in homes. In several languages.
Do you wish to join? Please contact: email@example.com