(23.10.2006) Cape Town. An invitation was extended by the New Apostolic Church Austria for our Cape Town Children’s choir to visit Austria during November and December 2006. On Friday 24th November 2006 the first of group of 37 children from our children’s choir leaves for Austria. The other two groups of 27 and 36 respectively follow shortly on Tuesday 28th November 2006 and Wednesday 29th November 2006. They will be accompanied by 9 adult chaperones and a medical attendant.
(22.08.2006) Dortmund/Mawen. Earthquake relief is at work in Indonesia! "NAK-karitativ", the aid organisation of the New Apostolic Church headquartered in Dortmund reports this information in its most recent newsletter. The locally responsible earthquake relief coordinator, Apostle Edy Isnugroho, reports on the first reconstruction efforts to restore churches and homes. Machines and building materials have arrived and are being put to work in the meantime. Reconstruction of homes has also begun in Mawen, the most heavily damaged area in the deployment region.
(22.08.2006) Dortmund/Lusaka. The relief organisation of the New Apostolic District Churches of Germany, "NAK-karitativ", has pledged to collaborate closely with the "Henwood Foundation", the aid organisation of the New Apostolic District Church of Zambia, in its agricultural projects. With the help of suitable agricultural methods and drought resistant crops, farmers will in future be able to produce enough for themselves as well as the marketplace.
(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!”
(15.04.2006) Dortmund. The terrible tsunami of December 2004 devastated entire landscapes in South East Asia. New Apostolic Christians from around the world donated some 3 million Euro in response to the disaster. Now the church complex in Colombo, Sri Lanka is being rebuilt.
(31.03.2006) Kasaya/Zambia. A flooding catastrophe in Zambia's Kasaya region (near Livingstone) has claimed a number of lives, among them that of a New Apostolic brother in faith. He drowned when the boat, which was to carry him to safety, sank.
(21.02.2006) Dortmund/Sea Cliff (USA). NAK-karitativ, the aid organisation of the New Apostolic District Churches across Germany, and the World Relief Fund of the New Apostolic Church USA have joined forces to execute an aid campaign to provide hunger relief in East Africa. Initial funds in the amount of 25,000 Euro and US $50,000 respectively are earmarked for the East African regions hardest hit by the serious drought.