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The website of the NAC Philippines has a new design

(10.08.2006) Manila. "We hope you will enjoy your stay!" With this friendly invitation the new designed internet site of the New Apostolic Church in the Philippines welcomes all readers. The new outlook is modern, with clear structures. more ...

Heavy storms hit the Southern Cape

(08.08.2006) Cape Town. Widespread damage was caused by the storm which hit the Southern Cape on Monday 31 July 2006, and continued for the next few days. At least four people died, and many people lost all their belongings. more ...

Visit of Chief Apostle Leber to Johannesburg and Nelspruit

(08.08.2006) Johannesburg. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber made his first visit as Chief Apostle to the New Apostolic district church of South East Africa from 12 to 16 July 2006. On this visit he was accompanied by the District Apostles Noel Barnes (NAC Cape), Michael Ehrich (Southern Germany), Leslie Latorcai (Canada), and District Apostle Helper Michael Deppner (Democratic Republic of Congo). more ...

Great concern for our brethren in Beirut and Haifa!

(31.07.2006) Beirut/Haifa. The ongoing Middle Eastern conflict between Israel and Lebanon is also having its effects on local congregations of the New Apostolic Church. The situation is especially precarious in cities such as Beirut and Haifa which are coming under heavy bombardment. There is great concern for our brethren in the region! 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 ...

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 ...

NAC Switzerland has a new website

(02.06.2006) Zurich. Airy, well structured, and very informative—that is how the New Apostolic Church Switzerland is now presenting itself on its new website. Since 1 June 2006 the District Church has presented nine different categories on various subjects. more ...

From the earthquake region around Yogyakarta

(01.06.2006) Zurich. According to reports from District Apostle Alfons Tansahtikno, leader of the New Apostolic Church in Indonesia, four New Apostolic members lost their lives in the serious earthquake in Yogyakarta on the island of Java. Hundreds of members are without shelter, as is the majority of the region’s population. more ...

Two apostles retired – two new apostles ordained

(08.05.2006) Dieburg. The festive divine service on 7 May 2006 took place in Dieburg in the administrative district of Darmstadt: Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber retired two long-serving apostles and went on to ordain two new apostles, namely Bernd Koberstein and Jens Lindemann. more ...

Reconstruction of church complex in Colombo

(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. more ...
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