List of churches in Nidaros

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Map of the Church of Norway deaneries in the Diocese of Nidaros. Each municipality belongs to a deanery except for Trondheim municipality is divided over three deaneries due to its large population.
  Nidaros domprosti
  Byåsen prosti (merged with Heimdal in 2017)
  Fosen prosti
  Gauldal prosti
  Heimdal prosti (merged with Byåsen in 2017)
  Namdal prosti
  Nord-Innherad prosti
  Orkdal prosti
  Stjørdal prosti
  Strinda prosti
  Sør-Innherad prosti

This list of churches in Nidaros is a list of the Church of Norway churches in the Diocese of Nidaros which covers all of Trøndelag county in Norway. The list is divided into several sections, one for each deanery (prosti) in the diocese. Administratively within each deanery, the churches are divided by municipalities which have their own church council (fellesråd) and then into parishes (sokn) which have their own councils (soknerådet). Each parish may have one or more congregations in it. The municipality of Trondheim includes several deaneries within the municipality due to its large population.[1]

Nidaros domprosti[edit]

The Nidaros arch-deanery covers the urban city centre of the city of Trondheim, along the Trondheimsfjorden in Trondheim Municipality. The Nidaros Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of Nidaros as well as the Dean of the deanery. This arch-deanery is divided into three parishes with a total of five churches.

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Trondheim Nidaros Domkirke
og Vår Frue
Nidaros Cathedral Trondheim 1070–1300 NidarosdomenPanorama.jpg
Vår Frue Church Trondheim 1200 Vaar Frue church Trondheim 2009.JPG
Bakklandet og Lademoen Bakke Church Trondheim 1715 Bakke kirke.jpg
Lademoen Church Lademoen 1905 Lademoen Church Trondheim 2009 1.JPG
Lade Lade Church Lade 1190 Trondheim Ladekirke.jpg

Fosen prosti[edit]

This deanery covers the Fosen peninsula in Trøndelag county. The area lies between the Norwegian Sea and Trondheim Fjord. It includes the municipalities of Osen, Åfjord, Ørland, and Indre Fosen. The deanery is divided up into 14 parishes. The deanery is headquartered at Stadsbygd Church in the village of Stadsbygd in Indre Fosen Municipality.

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Indre Fosen Hasselvika Hasselvika Church Hasselvika 1951 Hasselvik kirke.jpg
Leksvik Leksvik Church Leksvik 1670 Leksvik-church-Norway.jpg
Rissa Rissa Church Leira 1888 Rissa kirke.jpg
Rein Church Reinsgrenda 1932 Rein kirke.jpg
Stadsbygd Stadsbygd Church Stadsbygd 1842 Stadsbygd kirke fra nø.jpg
Stranda Stranda Church Vanvikan 1897 Stranda kirke, Leksvik 2009 1.jpg
Sør-Stjørna Frengen Church Frengen 1972
Ramsvik Church Råkvåg 1909 Ramsvik kapell.jpg
Osen Osen Osen Church Steinsdalen 1877 Osen kirke.jpg
Seter Chapel Seter 1969
Ørland Bjugn Bjugn Church Bjugn 1956 Bjugn Kirke.jpg
Heggvik Church Høybakken 1858 Hegvik kirke.JPG
Jøssund Jøssund Church Jøssund 1875 Jøssund kirke.jpeg
Nes Nes Church Nes 1878 Nes kirke 011.jpg
Tarva Chapel Tarva 1972
Ørland Ørland Church Brekstad 1342 Orland kirke.jpg
Storfosna Church Storfosna 1915 Storfosna kirke.jpg
Åfjord Roan Roan Church Roan 1702 Roan kirke fra RA.jpg
Åfjord Åfjord Church Årnes 1879 Gammel og ny kirke.png
Stoksund Stoksund Church Revsnes 1825 Stoksund kirke 0808.JPG

Gauldal prosti[edit]

This deanery covers the Gauldalen valley in southern Trøndelag county. It includes the municipalities of Holtålen, Melhus, Midtre Gauldal, Oppdal, Rennebu, and Røros. The deanery is divided up into 21 parishes. The deanery is headquartered at Støren Church in the village of Støren in Midtre Gauldal municipality.

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Holtålen Haltdalen Haltdalen Church Haltdalen 1881 Haltdalen kyrkje 01.jpg
Haltdalen Stave Church Haltdalen
**Moved to a museum in Trondheim
1170 Haltdalen stavkyrkje 01.jpg
Aunegrenda Chapel Aunegrenda 1952 Aunegrenda kapell.jpg
Hessdalen Hessdalen Church Hessdalen 1940 Hessdalen kirke (01).JPG
Ålen Ålen Church Renbygda 1881 Ålen kyrkje 01.jpg
Melhus Flå Flå Church Ler 1794 Flå kirke i Melhus 002.JPG
Horg Horg Church Lundamo 1892 Horg kirke II.jpg
Hølonda Hølonda Church Gåsbakken 1848 Hølonda kirke (001).JPG
Melhus Melhus Church Storsand 1892 Melhus kirke 001.JPG
Midtre Gauldal Budal Budal Church Enodden 1754 Budal kyrkje 01.jpg
Singsås Singsås Church Singsås 1884 Singsås kyrkje 01.jpg
Soknedal Soknedal Church Soknedal 1933 Soknedal kyrkje 01.jpg
Støren Støren Church Støren 1817 StorenKirke.JPG
Oppdal Fagerhaug Fagerhaug Church Fagerhaug 1921 Fagerhaug.jpg
Lønset Lønset Church Lønset 1863 Lønset kirke.jpg
Oppdal Oppdal Church Oppdal 1651 Oppdal kyrkje.jpg
St. Mikael's Chapel Drivdalen 2012
Rennebu Berkåk Berkåk Church Berkåk 1878 Berkåk kyrkje 1.JPG
Innset Innset Church Innset 2000 Innset Orkdal kirke.jpg
Rennebu Rennebu Church Voll 1669 Rennebu kirke 2008.jpg
Nerskogen Chapel Nerskogen 1962 Nerskogen Kapell.jpg
Røros Røros Røros Church Røros 1784 Roeros church.jpg
Røros Chapel Røros 1962 Røros kapell.jpg
Brekken Brekken Church Brekken 1878 Church of Brekken.jpg
Glåmos Glåmos Church Glåmos 1926 Glåmos kirke.jpg
Hitterdalen Hitterdal Chapel Hitterdalen 1959 Hitterdal kapell.jpg

Heimdal og Byåsen prosti[edit]

This deanery covers the southern and western areas of Trondheim Municipality. The deanery is divided up into eight parishes. The deanery is headquartered at Heimdal Church in the village of Heimdal in Trondheim Municipality. The deanery was established on 1 October 2017 when the old Byåsen deanery was merged with the Heimdal deanery.[2] The deanery includes nine parishes.

The old Byåsen deanery covered the western part of the city centre of Trondheim. The Dean of the old deanery of Byåsen was headquartered at the Byåsen Church in the Byåsen area of Trondheim. Byåsen deanery was created in 2004 when the Byåsen and Sverresborg parishes from the Heimdal prosti and the Ilen parish from Nidaros domprosti were moved to the new deanery.[3]

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Trondheim Byneset og Leinstrand Byneset Church Byneset 1180 Byneset Kirke.jpg
Leinstrand Church Leinstrand 1673 Leinstrand kirke.jpg
Byåsen Byåsen Church Byåsen 1974 Byaasen church.JPG
Heimdal Heimdal Church Heimdal 1960 Heimdal kirke.jpg
Ilen Ilen Church Ila 1889 Ila kirke Trondheim.jpg
Klæbu Klæbu Church Klæbu 1790 Klæbu kirke.JPG
Vassfjell Chapel Vassfjellet 1974 Vassfjellkapellet i snø.JPG
Kolstad Kolstad Church Kolstad 1986 Kolstad kirke.jpg
Sverresborg Havstein Church Sverresborg 1857 Havstein kyrkje.jpg
Sverresborg Church Sverresborg 2014 Sverresborg kirkesenter.jpg
Tiller Tiller Church Tiller 1901 TillerKirke2.jpg

Namdal prosti[edit]

This deanery covers the vast northern part of Trøndelag county, covering the municipalities of Lierne, Røyrvik, Namsskogan, Grong, Høylandet, Overhalla, Namsos, Flatanger, Nærøysund, and Leka. Those municipalities are further divided up into 17 parishes. The deanery is headquartered at Namsos Church in the town of Namsos in Namsos Municipality. On 1 July 2015, the old Nærøy prosti (including the churches in Nærøy, Leka, and Vikna) was merged into Namdal prosti.[4]

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Flatanger Flatanger Løvøy Church Løvøya 1871 Løvøy kirke UBT-HO-043 01 1 cropped.jpg
Vik Church Vik 1873
Grong Grong Grong Church Medjå 1877 Grong kyrkje natt.JPG
Harran Gløshaug Church Gartland 1689 Gløshaug kirke.jpg
Harran Church Harran 1874 Harran kirke.JPG
Høylandet Høylandet Drageid Church Vassbotna 1976 Drageid kapell.jpg
Høylandet Church Høylandet 1860 Høylandet Church Trøndelag Norway 2016-09-05 b.jpg
Kongsmo Chapel Kongsmoen 1937 Kongsmo kapell.jpg
Leka Leka Leka Church Leknes 1867 Leka Church.jpg
Lierne Nordli Nordli Church Sandvika 1873 NordliKirke.jpg
Tunnsjø Chapel Tunnsjø senter 1873 Tunnsjoe kapell Wilse.jpeg
Sørli Sørli Church Mebygda 1876 Sørli kirke fra RA.jpg
Namsos Fosnes Dun Church Dun 1949 Duun kirke.jpg
Fosnes Chapel Fosnes 1926
Lund Chapel Lund 1965
Salen Chapel Salsnes 1953 Salen kapell i Fosnes.jpg
Klinga Klinga Church Klinga 1866 Klinga church.jpg
Namdalseid Namdalseid Church Namdalseid 1858 Namdalseid church North facade.jpg
Namsos Namsos Church Namsos 1960 Namsos church.jpg
Otterøy Otterøy Church Otterøya 1858 Otterøy kirke T387 01 0003.jpg
Statland Statland Church Statland 1992
Vemundvik Vemundvik Church Vemundvik 1875 Vemundvik kirke 2.jpg
Namsskogan Namsskogan Trones Church Trones 1832 Trones kirke.jpg
Bjørhusdal Church Namsskogan 1970 Bjørhusdal Kirke.jpg
Skorovatn Chapel Skorovatn 1965 Skorovas Chapel, Namsskogan.jpg
Nærøysund Nærøy Foldereid Church Foldereid 1863 Foldereid kirke.jpg
Gravvik Church Gravvik 1875 Gravvik Church.jpg
Kolvereid Church Kolvereid 1874 Kolvereid kirke.jpg
Lundring Church Nærøy 1885 Lundring kirke (1).JPG
Salsbruket Chapel Salsbruket 1950 Salsbruket.Kapell.close-up.jpg
Steine Chapel Steine 1911
Torstad Chapel Torstad 1936
Vikna Garstad Church Garstad 1856 Vikna Church.jpg
Rørvik Church Rørvik 1896 Rørvik kirke.jpg
Valøy Chapel Valøya 1972 Valøy kapell, Ytre Vikna.jpeg
Overhalla Overhalla Ranem Church Ranemsletta 1187 Ranem kyrkje.JPG
Skage Church Skage 1903 Skage kirke.jpg
Røyrvik Røyrvik Røyrvik Church Røyrvik 1828 Royrvik.kirke.jpg

Orkdal prosti[edit]

This deanery covers the southwestern coastal part of Trøndelag county. The deanery covers the municipalities of Frøya, Heim, Hitra, Orkland, and Skaun; containing a total of 18 parishes. The deanery is headquartered at Orkdal Church in the village of Fannrem in Orkland Municipality.

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Frøya Frøya Hallaren Church Storhallaren 1881 Hallaren kirke.jpg
Sletta Church Nord-Frøya 1990 Sletta kirke.jpg
Froan Chapel Froan 1904 Froan kapell cropped.jpg
Måøy Chapel Mausund 1939 Måøy kapell.jpg
Sula Chapel Sula 1925 Sula kapell.jpg
Titran Chapel Titran 1873 Titran kapell.jpg
Heim Halsa Halsa Church Halsanaustan 1734 Halsa-kirke-Halsa.JPG
Valsøyfjord Church Valsøyfjord 1864 Valsoyfjord-Halsa-norway.JPG
Heim Heim Church Heim 1883 Heim kirke fra LH.jpg
Hemne Hemne Church Kyrksæterøra 1817 Hemne kirke.JPG
Vinje Vinje Church Vinjeøra 1824 Vinje kirke (Hemne) 01.jpg
Hitra Hitra og Fillan Hitra Church Melandsjøen 1927 Hitrakirke2.JPG
Dolm Church Dolmøya 1188 Dolm kirke 1.jpg
Fillan Church Fillan 1789 Fillan krike.JPG
Nordbotn Church Nordbotn 1900 Norbotn kyrkje.jpg
Kvenvær og Sandstad Kvenvær Church Kvenvær 1909 Kvenværkirke2.jpg
Forsnes Chapel Forsnes 1935 Forsnes kapell 2008.jpg
Sandstad Church Sandstad 1888 Sandstadkirk.jpg
Orkland Agdenes Agdenes Church Vernes 1857 Agdenes church 01.jpg
Lensvik Church Lensvik 1863 Lensvik kirke.JPG
Ingdalen Chapel Ingdalen 1960 Ingdalen kirke Agdenes.jpg
Geitastrand Geitastrand Church Geitastrand 1859 Geitastrand kirke.JPG
Løkken Løkken Church Bjørnli 1929 Lokken Kirke.jpg
Orkanger Orkanger Church Orkanger 1892 Orkanger kirke, Sør-Trøndelag - Riksantikvaren-T355 01 0015.jpg
Orkdal Orkdal Church Fannrem 1893 Orkdal Kirke.jpg
Søvasskjølen Church Svorksjødalen 1981
Orkland Moe Church Vormstad 1867 MoeKirkeSorkmo.jpg
Meldal Meldal Church Meldal 1988 Meldal Kirke.jpg
Snillfjord Snillfjord Church Krokstadøra 1898 Snillfjordkirke,jpg.jpg
Rindal Rindal Rindal Church Rindal 1874 Rindal kirke 2012.jpg
Øvre Rindal Chapel Tiset 1911 Øvre Rindal kapell 2012.jpg
Skaun Skaun Skaun Church Skaun 1183 Skaun kyrkje.jpg
Buvik Buvik Church Buvika 1819 Buvik kyrkje Wilse.jpeg
Børsa Børsa Church Børsa 1857 Børsa church 1.JPG

Stiklestad prosti[edit]

This deanery covers the Innherad district in central Trøndelag county. The deanery includes the municipalities of Snåsa, Steinkjer, Inderøy, Verdal, Levanger, and Frosta. There are 29 parishes in the deanery. The deanery is headquartered at Stiklestad Church in the village of Stiklestad in Verdal Municipality. The deanery was established on 1 January 2020 when the old Nord-Innherad and Sør-Innherad deaneries were merged.

The old Sør-Innherad deanery included Verdal, Levanger, and Frosta municipalities and Nord-Innherad deanery included the other municipalities. Sør-Innherad was based at Stiklestad, just like the new Stiklestad deanery. The old Nord-Innherad deanery was headquartered at Steinkjer Church in the town of Steinkjer in Steinkjer Municipality.

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Inderøy Inderøy Sakshaug Church Straumen 1871 Sakshaug kirke.jpg
Old Sakshaug Church Sakshaug c. 1150 Sakshaug gamle kirke.jpg
Røra Salberg Church Røra 1715 Salberg kyrkje.JPG
Sandvollan Heggstad Church Sandvollan 1887 Heggstad kyrkje Wilse.jpeg
Hustad Church Gangstad 1150 Hustad kyrkje Nidaros Wilse.jpeg
Mosvik Mosvik Church Mosvik 1884 Mosvik kirke.jpg
Vestvik Church Framverran 1905 Vestvik kirke.JPG
Snåsa Snåsa Snåsa Church Snåsa 1200 Snaasa kyrkje.JPG
Steinkjer Beitstad Beitstad Church Beitstad 1869 Beitstad kyrkje.jpg
Bartnes Church Bartnes 1960 Bartnes kapell.jpg
Egge Egge Church Egge in Steinkjer 1767 Egge kyrkje Wilse.jpeg
Følling Følling Church Følling 1726
Henning Henning Church Vekre 1872 Henning Church.jpg
Kvam Kvam Church Kvam 1878 Kvam kirke.JPG
Malm Malm Church Malm 1885 Malm kirke.jpg
Sela Church Sela 1997 Sela fjellkirke.jpg
Mære Mære Church Mære c. 1150 Mære kirke.jpg
Ogndal Skei Church Ogndal 1664 Skei kirke T378 01 0153.jpg
Bodom Church Bodom 1905 Ongdal kirke.jpg
Steinkjer Steinkjer Church Steinkjer 1965 Steinkjer Kirke.jpg
Stod For Church Stod 1846
Verran Fines Church Verrabotn 1913 Fines kapell.JPG
Follafoss Church Follafoss 1954 Follafoss kirke.jpg
Frosta Frosta Frosta Church Frosta 1866 Frosta kirke.jpg
Logtun Church
(Historic church)
Logtun 1500s Logtun kirke.jpg
Levanger Alstadhaug Alstadhaug Church Alstadhaug 1180 Alstadhaug kirke 001.JPG
Ekne Ekne Church Ekne 1893 Ekne kirke T373 01 0221.jpg
Levanger Levanger Church Levanger 1902 Levanger kirke.jpg
Bamberg Church Levanger 1998
Markabygd Markabygda Church Markabygd 1887
Okkenhaug Okkenhaug Chapel Okkenhaug 1893
Ytterøy Ytterøy Church Ytterøy 1890 YtteroyChurch.jpg
Åsen Åsen Church Åsen 1904 Åsen kyrkje.JPG
Verdal Stiklestad Stiklestad Church Stiklestad 1180 Stiklestad kirke.jpg
Verdalsøra Chapel Verdalsøra 1969 Verdalsøra kirke.jpg
Vera og Vuku Vera Church Vera 1899 Vera kapell.jpg
Vuku Church Vuku 1655 Vuku kirke.jpg
Vinne Vinne Church Vinne 1817 Vinne church 1.jpg

Stjørdal prosti[edit]

This deanery covers the traditional district of Stjørdalen in eastern Trøndelag county. The deanery includes the municipalities of Stjørdal, Meråker, Malvik, Selbu, and Tydal. It is further divided into nine parishes. The deanery is headquartered at Værnes Church in the village of Prestmoen, just south of Stjørdalshalsen in Stjørdal municipality.

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Malvik Hommelvik Hommelvik Church Hommelvik 1886 Hommelvik kirke.jpg
Mostadmark Chapel Sneisen 1986
Malvik Malvik Church Malvik 1846 Malvik kirke 01.jpg
Meråker Meråker Meråker Church Meråker 1874 Meråker kirke 02.jpg
Kopperå Chapel Kopperå 1936 Kopperaa kapell Wilse.jpeg
Stordalen Chapel Stordalen 1863 Stordalen kapell 20140328 00152 NB WF MAAK 153811 cropped.jpg
Selbu Selbu Selbu Church Mebonden 1150 Selbu church.jpg
Selbustrand Church Selbustrand 1901
Flora Chapel Flora 1936
Stjørdal Hegra Hegra Church Hegra 1783 Hegra kyrkje Wilse.jpeg
Flora Chapel Flornes 1902 Floren kapell 2013.jpg
Okkelberg Chapel Skjelstadmarka 1905
Lånke Lånke Church Lånke 1899 Lånke kirke fra RA.jpg
Elvran Church Elvran 1893 Elvran kapell.JPG
Skatval Skatval Church Skatval 1901 Skatval kirke.jpg
Stjørdal Værnes Church Prestmoen 1100 Vaernes kyrkje.jpg
Tydal Tydal Tydal Church Aunet 1696 TydalKirke.jpg
Stugudal Chapel Stugudalen 1957 Stugudal kapell DF.7096.jpg

Strinda prosti[edit]

This deanery covers the eastern part of the municipality of Trondheim; containing a total of five parishes. The deanery is headquartered at Strinda Church in the village of Strinda.

Municipality Parish (sokn) Church Location Year built Photo
Trondheim Berg Berg Church Berg 1972 Berg arbeidskirke, Trondheim.JPG
Nidelven Bratsberg Church Bratsberg 1850 Bratsberg kirke.JPG
Hoeggen Church Lerkendal 1997 Hoeggen church North facade.jpg
Tempe Church Lerkendal 1960 Tempe kirke, Trondheim.JPG
Ranheim og Charlottenlund Ranheim Church Ranheim 1933 Ranheim kyrkje.jpg
Charlottenlund Church Charlottenlund 1973 Charlottenlund kirke.jpg
Strinda Strinda Church Strinda 1900 Strinda kyrkje.jpg
Strindheim Strindheim Church Strindheim 1979 Strindheim kirke (Trondheim) 01.jpg

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nidaros bispedøme" (in Norwegian). Den Norske Kirke. Retrieved 2011-02-05.
  2. ^ "51/17 Sammenslåing av Heimdal og Byåsen prostier". Møteprotokoll: Nidaros Bispedømmeråd 2016-2019 (PDF). Nidaros bispedømmeråd. Retrieved 2018-03-14.
  3. ^ "Byåsen prosti" (in Norwegian). StrindaHistorielag. Retrieved 2018-01-14.
  4. ^ "Nærøy og Namdal blir ett prosti" (in Norwegian). Kirken.no. 2015-03-25. Retrieved 2016-08-07.