Address: Møllergata 30, 0179 Oslo, Norway

  • Church exterior
  • Church interior
St Edmund's church
(St Edmunds kirke) is a church on Møllergata, Oslo, Norway. It was built in 1883-84, and is home to the Norwegian congregation of the Church of England. The church was consecrated by the Bishop of Fulham on 27 July 1884.

Queen Maud used to visit this church, and there is a bust of her in the church, which otherwise is adorned with stained glass windows.

The church has - despite its small size - the shape of a cathedral. It was designed by architect Paul Due and Bernhard Steckmest and is in yellow and red brick in a simple, neo-Gothic style. The church was restored in 1990, and the tower was then replaced with a new one of roughly the same shape and size as the original.

[source: wikipedia]

Current organEdit

Builder: Wood of Huddersfield (UK) - circa 1980

Division Stop Name Length (ft)
I - Great Open Diapason 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Dulciana 8
Principal 4
Twelfth 2 2/3
Fifteenth 2
Mixture (19/22)
II - Swell (Enclosed) Stopped Diapason 8
Dulciana 8
Flute 4
Dulciana 4
Block Flute 2
Dulcet 2
Nazard 2 2/3
Tierce 1 3/5
Larigot 1 1/3
Octavin 1
Trumpet 8
Clarion 4
Pedal Bourdon 16
Bass Flute 8
Principal 4
Flute 4
Trumpet 8





Other notesEdit

RCO Pedalboard (concave/radiating)

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