Norway Religious Records
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Baha'i Records[edit | edit source]
The Baháʼí Faith first came to Norway in the 1920's. As of 2005 it is estimated that there were 2.700 followers of the faith in Norway. 
Buddhist Records[edit | edit source]
There have been Buddhists in Norway since 1970. The faith has grown to between 30 and 50 thousand followers as of 2013.
Catholic Records[edit | edit source]
Hindu Records[edit | edit source]
There were approzimately 10.500 Hindus in Norway as of 2018.
Islamic Records[edit | edit source]
Islam is the second largest non-christian religion in Norway with about 3.15% of the total population being Muslim.
Jewish Records[edit | edit source]
- For more information about how to obtain records for Jewish denominations visit this page: Jewish Records
Orthodox Records[edit | edit source]
Protestant Records[edit | edit source]
- Baptist Records
- Dutch Reformed Records
- Episcopalian Records
- Evangelical Lutheran Records
- Methodist Records
- Pentecostal Records
- Puritan Records
- Quaker Records
- Seventh Day Adventist Records
Children of other Denominations (Barn fra andre trossamfunn)[edit | edit source]
Children of other denominations should be listed in the Lutheran church records up to 1969, but this did not always happen. Children of Jewish descent are usually not listed in the Lutheran church records. They are listed in their own records, which by law should have been reported to the Amtmann and Magistrat (county officials) yearly from 1846-1891. The County official was to bring the records to the State Archive, but unfortunately these lists are not complete. However, children of other denominations are always listed in the fødselsregister (Registers of Vital Statistics).