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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 ...

Apostle Théophile Mundele Bayungasa has passed away

(13.01.2006) Ndana/Congo. After a long, bravely endured illness, Apostle Théophile Mundele Bayungasa passed away at the age of 54. The funeral took place on 14 January 2006 in the central church in Inkisi, in the province of Bas-Congo. more ...

Tuesday, 24 January 2006: Information evening via satellite

(23.11.2005) Zurich. On Tuesday evening, 24 January 2006, the New Apostolic Church will introduce a new chapter in its communication policy: an information evening will be broadcast by satellite to a specially invited audience. The chief apostle and district apostles agreed on this initiative during last October's District Apostles' Meeting in Zurich. more ...

New district apostle for Northern Germany to be ordained in Bremen

(14.11.2005) Bremen. In a divine service on 27 November 2005, which Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber plans to conduct in the Bremen Congress Centre, Karlheinz Schumacher will be ordained the new district apostle for the District Church of Northern Germany. At the same time, Bishop Ekhard Möller will be retired. more ...

District Apostle Meeting established statements on the Apocrypha

(04.11.2005) Zurich. The Apocrypha - that is, the later writings of the Old Testament - are just as binding for the faith and doctrine of the New Apostolic Church as the other writings of the Old Testament. Doctrinal statements of the New Apostolic Church can thus be legitimated or supported by quotations from the Old Testament Apocrypha. So states a resolution of the District Apostle Meeting that took place in Zurich at the end of October. more ...

Apostle Kayembe passed away

(03.11.2005) Kasaï Oriental, Democratic Republic of Congo. Apostle Grégoire Tshiebue Kayembe of the District Church of Congo passed away very suddenly at the age of nearly 56. He leaves behind his wife and eight children. more ...

On the 100th birthday of Chief Apostle Ernst Streckeisen

(28.10.2005) Zurich. Wednesday, 19 October 2005 marked the 100th birthday of Chief Apostle Ernst Streckeisen. To commemorate this event, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber conducted a divine service in Zurich. more ...

Ecumenism means approaching one another and talking together!

(24.10.2005) Castrop-Rauxel. Ecumenism means approaching one another and talking together. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber made this position known at the end of a divine service for ministers on Sunday, 23.10.2005, which was transmitted from Castrop-Rauxel to the congregations of the District Churches of North Rhine-Westphalia and Northern Germany. He also went on to address changes in the doctrine of the New Apostolic Church. more ...

Wolfgang Schug is a new apostle

(19.09.2005) Duisburg. In a divine service on Sunday, 18 September 2005, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber released three apostles into a well-deserved retirement: Gunter Homburg, Klaus-Dieter König, and Günter Wiktor. He went on to ordain Wolfgang Schug (46) as the new apostle for the District of North Rhine-Westphalia. Thus the reforms in Germany's second-largest District Church have taken on clearer dimensions. more ...

Apostle Reinhard Jabs passed away

(13.09.2005) Zurich. After a brief but serious illness, Apostle Reinhard Jabs has passed away at the age of 48. He is survived by his wife and three children. Reinhard Jabs was ordained an apostle in April 2002, and his working area included districts in Canada and India. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber has expressed his warm sympathy to the family. more ...
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