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Youth portal “nacworld” goes online

(01.11.2008) Dortmund. On 1 November 2008, a new social networking site for New Apostolic young people will start up, called "nacworld". The objective of the internet portal will be to promote cross-border contacts between young New Apostolic Christians, particularly in the lead-up to the European Youth Day, on which occasion the New Apostolic Church expects some 40,000 young Christians from all over Europe to gather in Düsseldorf in May 2009. more ...

District Apostle Helper Henri Higelin will retire

(23.09.2008) Zurich. "All has its time, and all projects has its hour" - starting with these words chief apostle Wilhelm Leber sends an information letter to the world-wide district apostles concerning the retirement of district apostle helper Henri Higelin (France). For 42 years Henri Higelin helt responsibility as an office bearer in the New Apostolic Church. On 26 October 2008, he will retire. more ...

Apostle Bernhard Meier set to retire

(08.09.2008) Biel. In a divine service scheduled for 21 December 2008, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, international leader of the NewApostolic Church, will discharge Apostle Bernhard Meier from Geneva into a well-deserved retirement. District Apostle Markus Fehlbaum, who is now responsible for the New Apostolic Church in Switzerland, has announced Apostle Meier’s successor. more ...

South East Asia: A new District Apostle district will be established in 2009

(29.07.2008) Zurich. In January of the coming year, a new District Apostle district will be established in the New Apostolic Church, namely the “New Apostolic Church South East Asia”. Various District Churches will be amalgamated as a result: Indonesia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. Thus a total of 18 countries with approximately 2,000 congregations between them will be combined into a single District Apostle district in South East Asia. more ...

District Apostle Freund’s successor has been named

(20.07.2008) New York. He has worked as a District Apostle in North America and in more than 30 other district churches around the globe for over eight years. In mid-October, District Apostle Richard C. Freund (68) will retire. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber will travel to New York for this occasion on 12 October. Today the members of the American District Church were told who their new District Apostle will be. more ...

Registration for the European Youth Day 2009 is possible starting today

(21.05.2008) Zurich/Düsseldorf. Exactly one year before the big European Youth Day organised by the New Apostolic Church, online registration for the event has begun. It is now possible to register using the EYD online system (EYOS). For the further planning and organisation of the mega-event, it is already necessary to begin registering participants now. In order to do so, a group leader will register himself along with all the participants in his group. more ...

Pentecost service in Berlin to be transmitted around the world via satellite

(18.04.2008) Berlin. The divine service of Pentecost 2008 will take place in Berlin this year. It will be transmitted to more than 70 countries around the world via satellite and be translated into a wide variety of languages. The service will be transmitted to South East Asia by internet, to which the northernmost congregation in Greenland will also be connected. The international Church leader, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, will conduct the divine service in the congregation of Berlin-Lichtenberg on Sunday, 11 May 2008. more ...