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The Committee for special affairs (CSA) and Rainbow-NAC met up for a new round of discussions

(17.03.2008) Frankfurt. At the start of March 2008, a delegation from “Rainbow-NAC”, a private initiative of homosexual, bisexual, and transsexual members of the New Apostolic Church, met up with the Committee for special affairs (CSA) in order to carry forward regular discussions which began in 2002. more ...

Three weeks in Africa with 100,000 in divine services

(13.03.2008) Zurich. For a solid three weeks Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber travelled through the African continent. “My encounters with the brothers and sisters in South Africa, Congo, and Malawi were indescribable,” he said. One youth day in Cape Town and divine services in Lubumbashi, Mbuji Mayi, Kananga, and Goma enabled him to have fellowship with a total of over 100,000 souls who attended the various events in person. This figure does not include those who participated via satellite transmission. At the end of his journey the Church leader celebrated the service for the departed in Lilongwe, Malawi on 2 March. more ...

On Palm Sunday

(10.03.2008) Zurich. When we celebrate Palm Sunday today we are following the tradition of the Christian congregation in Jerusalem. It is said that already around the year 400 this congregation would gather on the Mount of Olives and descend in procession into the city. The children were said to carry palm leaves and olive twigs in their hands on these occasions. more ...

100,000 Euros earmarked for flood regions in Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe

(22.02.2008) Lusaka. As reported, the regions around the Zambezi and other large rivers of Eastern Africa have been devastated by floods for weeks. District Apostle Charles Ndandula from Lusaka (Zambia) has asked Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber for assistance. In the meantime, the Church leader has initiated emergency relief measures, and has requested “NAK-karitativ” to take up direct contact with the Church office in Lusaka. more ...

Apostle Cardale’s Position within the College of Apostles

(14.02.2008) Zurich. In the German edition of our church periodical “Our Family” of 20 January 2008 an article was published entitled “Apostle Cardale’s Position within the College of Apostles”. In it, the authors show that this apostle held a special position among his fellow apostles, being the first-called and “pillar” of the apostles. more ...

Unusually heavy rainfall in Southern Africa

(12.02.2008) Zurich. “In Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe we have had rainfall that far exceeds the norm,” writes District Apostle Charles Ndandula in a letter to Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber. The leader of the New Apostolic Church in these countries on the African continent goes on to report that many homes, fields, and church buildings have been flooded as a result. A total of 3,000 New Apostolic families have also been directly affected. more ...

Impressive journey to India

(12.02.2008) Zurich. In his Monday fax to the Apostles, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber writes that he has returned from his trip to Hyderabad, India with many new impressions. He went on to express that the diversity of the country’s culture and religions is fascinating: only some three percent of the population is Christian but of this group, some 900,000 are members of the New Apostolic Church. Our brethren there have recently received some new ministerial gifts. more ...

New Apostolic Church Spain has its own website

(08.02.2008) Barcelona. The New Apostolic Church in Spain has recently become accessible online by way of its own homepage on the internet. The layout of this website closely resembles that of the New Apostolic Church Switzerland, as the Church in Spain is one among many missionary regions in Southern Europe under the care of the Swiss District Church. more ...

Update regarding growing fears in Kenya

(05.02.2008) New York. Fears of violence in Kenya after the country’s disputed presidential elections have still not come to an end. Hundreds of thousands of people have in the meantime lost their homes, among them many New Apostolic Christians. These Church members, and with them large segments of the general population, have found shelter in our churches. Others seek refuge in police stations, football stadiums, and other official installations. A number of our Church members there have been seriously injured or have lost all their possessions. A few individuals have even been killed. more ...

Growing fears in Kenya

(01.02.2008) Zurich. The unrest in Kenya has also left its mark on the country’s New Apostolic congregations. As District Apostle Helper Shadreck Lubasi - newly ordained in November 2007 - relates in a letter to Wilhelm Leber, Chief Apostle of the New Apostolic Church, two churches have already been seriously damaged. At present it is not quite clear whether any New Apostolic Christians are among the injured or dead. more ...
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Chief Apostle's schedule

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