Adventism in Norway

Adventist congregations in Norway (Norwegian: Adventistsamfunnet) is a protestant free church in Norway with a total mempership of 5,086 people [1] in 2009 in about 70 local churches.

The Danish American John G. Matteson came to Norway in 1878 and began working as a missionary for the Seventh-day Adventists. The following year was the first church organized in Oslo. The church runs a number of private schools in Norway.

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