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The international website in its new format

(24.07.2006) Zurich. As previously announced, the website of the New Apostolic Church International is about to be re-launched. On 1 August 2006 it will appear with a modernised visual format and enriched content. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber has already introduced the new design to all the District Apostles around the world. more ...

Eight Bishops and two Apostles ordained: The Chief Apostle visits Nelspruit, South Africa

(19.07.2006) Nelspruit, South Africa. With a population of some 65,000 inhabitants, Nelspruit is the capital of the South African province of Mpumalanga, around 330 kilometres east of Johannesburg. The New Apostolic congregation there was delighted to host an important visitor, namely Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, the international leader of the New Apostolic Church, who conducted the Sunday service on 16 July 2006. more ...

Retirements and ordinations in Zambia

(15.07.2006) Lusaka. There were two retirements and two ordinations in the festive divine service on 9 July 2006 in Lusaka, Zambia. For Wilhelm Leber, the leader of the international Church, it was the first visit in his ministry as Chief Apostle to this African country below the equator. more ...

New website for the New Apostolic Church International

(10.07.2006) Zurich. For years the international website of the New Apostolic Church has presented an exhaustive inventory of current announcements and reports from the “New Apostolic world.” As of 1 August 2006 this online presentation will be redesigned: new contents will be added, and the site will be updated with a more modern layout. more ...

Earthquake aid for Indonesia: The situation is truly dramatic!

(30.06.2006) Yogyakarta/Dortmund. The director of NAK-karitativ, Bernd Klippert, has just returned from a several-day trip to the earthquake region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. His first impression: “The situation is truly dramatic!” more ...

Audio recording of divine service in Birmingham

(27.06.2006) Birmingham. The audio recording of the divine service by Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber on 18 June 2006 offered by the New Apostolic Church in England is approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes in length. It was in this service that the international Church leader granted Karl Hoffmann, District Apostle Helper in the District Church of the USA, a well-deserved retirement. more ...

He served the Lord with complete dedication: District Apostle Helper Karl Hoffmann given a festive retirement

(21.06.2006) Birmingham. District Apostle Helper Karl Hoffmann actually lives in Florida, but he is hardly ever to be found there. As a District Apostle Helper in the New Apostolic District Church of the USA, his numerous and widespread working areas would often bring him to some of the most remote regions of the world. Last Sunday he was given a well-deserved retirement from active ministry at the age of 65. more ...

Announcement from the Chief Apostle: District Apostle Helper Karl Hoffmann will retire

(13.06.2006) Zurich. District Apostle Helper Karl Hoffmann (65) from the USA will retire this coming Sunday. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, international leader of the New Apostolic Church, will conduct the festive divine service for this occasion in Birmingham, England. more ...

Pentecost service from Cape Town 2006: 14 Satellites assured a perfect transmission

(09.06.2006) Cape Town. A total of 1.7 million souls in 8,000 congregations saw and heard the Pentecost service conducted by Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber in Cape Town. Thanks to modern satellite technology it was possible to transmit this big event for the New Apostolic Church to all five continents. more ...

The New Apostolic Church in Cape Town looks back on 100 years

(07.06.2006) Cape Town. Divine service transmission from Cape Town: Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber conducts this year’s Pentecost service in the New Apostolic Church in Tafelsig, a gigantic church edifice that offers seating for 4,000 people. Approximately 1.5 million New Apostolic Christians are connected by satellite transmission, and before the start of the divine service, viewers around the world are treated to a film about the 100-year history of the New Apostolic Church in Cape Town. “Welcome to Cape Town, the mother among the cities of South Africa.” more ...
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New Year's message 2019

"Rich in Christ"