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Discussions with "Rainbow-NAC"

(07.04.2006) Frankfurt. The international Church administration, represented by the Committee for special affairs, meets for regular discussions with "Rainbow-NAC", an initiative of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transsexual Christians predominantly from the New Apostolic Church. There was another such discussion between the two groups in Frankfurt on Tuesday, 13 March 2006. more ...

A successor has been chosen to lead NAC Southern Germany

(31.03.2006) Stuttgart. As previously announced, District Apostle Klaus Saur will be festively retired on Sunday, 23 April 2006. For 25 years, he has been the district apostle and church president of the largest New Apostolic District Church in Germany. Apostle Michael Ehrich (47) from Karlsruhe has been designated as his successor. more ...

The New Apostolic Church in Guyana is now in the care of the USA

(31.03.2006) Georgetown/Guyana. The pastoral and administrative work of the New Apostolic Church in Guyana (South America) is now in the care of the NAC USA. This transfer was officially completed during a festive divine service in Georgetown. more ...

Apostle Alfred Nawa Katundu has passed away

(15.03.2006) Mongu, Zambia. Apostle Alfred Nawa Katundu passed away only a few days after his 54th birthday. In October 2005 he had been involved in a traffic accident, likely the result of a stroke, and had since been confined to hospital. more ...

Divine service for ministers in Wiesbaden: "Fighting for each individual soul"

(12.03.2006) Wiesbaden. In a special divine service for all ministers of the New Apostolic Church throughout Europe, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber addressed the following words to his brothers: “Let us fight for each individual soul!” This was the task that the international leader of the Church assigned to the ministers in his care. more ...

Festive days in Freetown: Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber in Sierra Leone

(09.03.2006) Freetown. Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, was the starting point of a four-day journey that Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber made to the West African country. In the divine service on Sunday, 5 March 2006 he ordained two apostles and two bishops. more ...

Apostle Tumba has passed away

(02.03.2006) Kinshasa. Apostle David Corneille Tumba (49) has died. He passed away quite unexpectedly after a brief illness, and has left behind his wife and nine children. more ...

The New Apostolic Church details its doctrine of salvation: Exclusive? Yes, but with no claim to absoluteness

(24.01.2006) Zurich. The New Apostolic Church has more precisely defined its position on salvation and exclusiveness. It now publicly states that the sealed Christians of the New Apostolic Church understand themselves to be the bride of Christ and thus have the opportunity to take part in the return of the Lord. During the Last Judgement, God will once again grant salvation through His Son. All souls who are then able to stand before God will gain entry to the new creation and eternal fellowship with God. more ...

The New Apostolic Church revises its position on Baptism: Henceforward all Trinitarian Baptisms will be recognised

(24.01.2006) Zurich. Effective 24 January 2006, the New Apostolic Church has changed its position on Holy Baptism and Holy Sealing. A specially scheduled information evening in Uster (Switzerland) was transmitted via satellite to all New Apostolic congregations around the world. more ...

Information evening in Uster Doctrinal changes transmitted around the world via satellite

(24.01.2006) Uster. The New Apostolic congregation in Uster (Switzerland) was the scene of an information evening that was transmitted to all New Apostolic congregations around the world via satellite. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, the principal clergyman of the New Apostolic Church, personally moderated the information evening. more ...
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