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Retirement and ordination in Kitchener

(18.09.2006) Kitchener. Chief Apostle Leber, accompanied by District Apostles Leslie Latorcai, Theodoor deBruijn, Richard Freund and Johann R. Kitching, spent the weekend of September 16 and 17 in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. On the Saturday the Chief Apostle took the opportunity to hold an Apostles’ and Bishops’ meeting at the Waterloo Administration Office. more ...

A brotherly visit in Canada’s Capital

(18.09.2006) Ottawa. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, the international leader of the New Apostolic Church, spent three days in Ottawa, Canada’s capital. He was accompanied by the District Apostles Leslie Latorcai, Theodoor deBruijn, Richard Freund and Johann R. Kitching. more ...

Words of comfort for the fifth anniversary of the September 11th tragedy

(11.09.2006) New York. Yesterday, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber conducted a divine service in New York. At the start of his serving he made mention of the fifth anniversary of the September 11th tragedy where he said, "Still today we pray for the souls of the thousands who died, still today we are full of compassion towards the families who have suffered and who still suffer today." more ...

Karl Orlofski ordained apostle

(11.09.2006) New York. A festive divine service was conducted in Purchase, New York, and was officiated by Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber. Accompanying him were District Apostles Theodoor de Bruijn, Johann Kitching, Leslie Latorcai and Richard Freund. Approximately 12,000 New Apostolic Christians participated both live and via transmission. more ...

Good News for the FALKLAND ISLANDS!

(07.09.2006) Cape Town. After 14 years during which the six members of the New Apostolic Church on the Falkland Islands have been served by so called “bread letters”, the circumstances are about to change in a wonderful way. Priest David Benjamin and his wife Joan are leaving on 7 September 2006 for the Falklands where he will be working on contract. more ...

NAC Netherlands is using a new Bible translation

(05.09.2006) Amersfoort. On 1 September 2006 a new translation of the Bible was introduced in the New Apostolic District Church of the Netherlands, namely the “Nieuwe Bijbel Vertaling” (NBV). District Apostle Theodoor de Bruijn had already informed the brethren in his district of this change in a letter to the congregations sent out in May. more ...

European Youth Day 2009: The mega-event begins to take shape!

(25.08.2006) Dortmund. A second preparatory meeting for the New Apostolic Church’s planned European Youth Day took place on Thursday and Friday in Dortmund. Twenty-three representatives from all European District Apostle districts assembled under the direction of District Apostle Armin Brinkmann in order to decide on the most essential elements of content and organisation. These will be presented to the European District Apostles for approval at a District Apostle Meeting at the end of November. more ...

Earthquake relief at work in Indonesia

(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. more ...

Close collaboration between “NAK-karitativ” and the “Henwood Foundation”

(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. more ...

Festive divine service in October will bring staff changes to the NAC Switzerland

(21.08.2006) Zurich. As District Apostle Armin Studer, leader of the New Apostolic District Church of Switzerland, relates in a letter to his congregations, there will be some personnel changes made on Sunday, 22 October 2006: Apostle Rudolf Schneider (65) and Bishop Hanspeter Nydegger (65) will both be retired. One Apostle and two Bishops will be ordained to succeed them. more ...
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