Associated organizations

Children's and Youth associations

In addition to running Sunday school and youth work, three children’s and youth associations have also been formed. The associations are independent, having their own finances and leadership, and wherever BCC is established they have their own local team. Each association is responsible for various national and regional events. The activities club and Brunstad Youth Club receive national operating subsidies from the State, and the local teams receive subsidies from the Free Fund.

Corresponding children’s and youth associations have been established in several countries where BCC has a presence.




Skjulte Skatters Forlag

Stiftelsen Skjulte Skatters Forlag is a publishing foundation originating from when Johan Oscar Smith first started the periodical Skjulte Skatter in 1912. The Foundation’s goal is to promote the doctrine, values and the Christian content that Johan O. Smith stood for. The publisher circulates such periodical as Skjulte Skatter and the songbooks Herrens Veier (Ways of The Lord) and Mandelblomsten (Almond Blossom), as well as other literature written in the years since 1912. 




Norges Kristne Råd

Brunstad Christian Church is an observing member of the Christian Council of Norway, with plans to eventually apply for ordinary membership.

The Christian Council of Norway is a community of Christian churches and denominations. We share a common interest in keeping Christian values relevant in Norwegian society – and standing together makes us stronger.


Brunstad Christian Church is partnered with think tank Skaperkraft, which aims to encourage reflection, contribute to public debate and stimulate community building. The think tank is inspired by classical Christian thought and the values of the Bible.

Frivillighet Norge

BCC is a member of Frivillighet Norge, a forum organization for the voluntary sector in Norway. The mission of the Association is to coordinate the voluntary sector’s dialogue with the authorities on issues that are common to the voluntary sector and organizations across the country.

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