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Jesus Christ – the foundation of our faith

(29.09.2008) Zurich/Herne. Every two years, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, the leading minister of the New Apostolic Church, assembles all ministers and wives from all over Europe for a special divine service. Yesterday, this long-awaited divine service took place in the church in Herne-Wanne-Eickel (North Rhine-Westphalia), from where it was transmitted to more than 550 European congregations. The important message from this Sunday was: Jesus Christ is the foundation upon which our faith should be built. more ...

District Apostle Helper Henri Higelin will retire

(23.09.2008) Zurich. "All has its time, and all projects has its hour" - starting with these words chief apostle Wilhelm Leber sends an information letter to the world-wide district apostles concerning the retirement of district apostle helper Henri Higelin (France). For 42 years Henri Higelin helt responsibility as an office bearer in the New Apostolic Church. On 26 October 2008, he will retire. more ...

International Day of Prayer on 21 September

(12.09.2008) Zurich. Once again the New Apostolic Church will engage in worldwide prayers on the occasion of the International Day of Prayer on 21 September. This year, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber has given the event a special accent: he is calling upon his brethren in faith to pray especially for all baptised Christians who are being persecuted or killed on account of their faith in the triune God and their profession of their Redeemer Jesus Christ. more ...

Job Advertisement NAKI: Team Leader Finances (CFO)

(22.08.2008) Zurich. The New Apostolic Church is active worldwide in all continents and in nearly all countries of this world. It is absolutely necessary for the 18 District Apostles’ Areas including more than 200 officially recognised District Churches that they are steered centrally at the international headquarters of the Church in Zurich, Switzerland. Apart from many other aspects of pastoral care, doctrine and communication, a competent and qualified financial management of the worldwide Church must be ensured. more ...

South East Asia: A new District Apostle district will be established in 2009

(29.07.2008) Zurich. In January of the coming year, a new District Apostle district will be established in the New Apostolic Church, namely the “New Apostolic Church South East Asia”. Various District Churches will be amalgamated as a result: Indonesia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. Thus a total of 18 countries with approximately 2,000 congregations between them will be combined into a single District Apostle district in South East Asia. more ...

District Apostle Freund’s successor has been named

(20.07.2008) New York. He has worked as a District Apostle in North America and in more than 30 other district churches around the globe for over eight years. In mid-October, District Apostle Richard C. Freund (68) will retire. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber will travel to New York for this occasion on 12 October. Today the members of the American District Church were told who their new District Apostle will be. more ...

A weekend of great movement

(08.07.2008) Pretoria, South Africa. A weekend of great movement in South Africa - that was how Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber summarised his trip to Pretoria. On Saturday, the international Church leader attended a choral concert in Johannesburg’s West Park Cemetery, where over 200,000 people of various nationalities lie buried. The service for the departed took place on Sunday in the Pretoria-Central congregation. more ...

A new era in the music of the New Apostolic Church

(24.06.2008) Cape Town. Following years of extensive work by our brothers in the music department, Tuesday 20 May 2008 saw the launch of the new English Hymnal. Invited to this launch were all the district ministries and rectors who upon entry to the Silvertown auditorium were each given a complimentary copy of the Hymnal. more ...

News from Burma and China: Our members are safe!

(21.05.2008) Toronto. “Our brethren in Burma (Myanmar) and China are safe!” Such was the news from the responsible District Apostle Leslie Latorcai from Canada. In an information letter on the website of the New Apostolic Church Canada, he shares further details. more ...

A Pentecost greeting to the whole world

(06.05.2008) Zurich/Berlin. This year’s Pentecost service with Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber will take place in the Berlin congregation of Lichtenberg from where it will be transmitted to over 70 countries around the world and translated into a multitude of languages. Many congregations on all continents will be able to witness the festive divine service live via satellite or the internet. All European Apostles have been invited to Berlin for this occasion. more ...
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