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NAC Zambia and Malawi are now online

(01.02.2007) Lusaka. Zambia and Malawi - two large New Apostolic District Churches with a total of over 1.4 million members between them - have launched a common internet platform. In his message of greeting, District Apostle Charles S. Ndandula writes that it has taken quite some time to introduce the District Church on the internet, and that he is now happy to present this new website. more ...

A new website for NAC Canada

(30.01.2007) Waterloo. The New Apostolic Church Canada has a new website. A completely new and very fresh-looking layout greets visitors with a friendly “Welcome.” Changes include separate domains for new and registered visitors. An option to click to the French version makes the positive new image complete. more ...

NAC Lithuania introduces itself on the internet

(28.01.2007) Klaipeda. As of today the New Apostolic Church in Lithuania has its own internet presence. Visitors are led through the website in three languages, namely Lithuanian, Russian, and English. There is also a contact address available for visitors in search of further information. more ...

New statement on transsexuality

(11.01.2007) Zurich. The New Apostolic Church publishes a new statement on transsexuality. It states that whether, and in what degree, a person absolutely committed to transsexuality acquires guilt before God through sex adaptation, is solely up to God to determine. Sex adaptation falls in the domain of self-responsibility. more ...

The Holy Spirit and its diverse ways of activity

(11.01.2007) Zurich. In the position papers on Holy Baptism and Holy Sealing as well as in the comments concerning "exclusiveness" as published by the New Apostolic Church on January 24, 2006, statements were made concerning the Holy Spirit. The question has been raised, with reference to these statements, of whether they do not constitute a contradiction: on the one hand, dispensing of Holy Spirit is bound to apostleship while, on the other, it is stated that the Holy Spirit can also be active in other religious denominations which truthfully profess Christ. more ...

"More emphasis on Holy Communion"

(02.01.2007) Zurich. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber declared that "we must make the celebration of Holy Communion more of a focal point in the divine services." In his interview with the editors the Chief Apostle also went on to explain why he believes training for our ministers is necessary. He also announced a second information evening toward the end of 2007. One possible topic might deal with issues concerning the Church’s history. more ...
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