NACI News

Pentecost 2013: “Surely your salvation is coming!”

(19.05.2013) Hamburg/Zurich. The New Apostolic Church has a new Chief Apostle. Wilhelm Leber, international Church leader since 2005, conducted his last divine service in Hamburg-Borgfelde this Pentecost Sunday (we reported). Several million people around the world shared in this sermon live via satellite and internet transmission. He called upon the believers to engage and exhibit the power of the Holy Spirit in their everyday surroundings. more ...

European Apostles ring in Pentecost with a meeting in Hamburg

(18.05.2013) Hamburg/Zurich. Retiring Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber opened the European Apostle Meeting in Hamburg the Saturday before Pentecost with warm thanks to all the Apostles for their work and support, all their prayers, and all their willingness to contribute and help along in the various developments. With emotion he went on to add: “I would also like to thank my predecessor in ministry, Chief Apostle Fehr. I would like to thank him in particular because he made the transition so easy for me. His attitude left its mark upon me and I have always been able to relate to it. It has been my endeavour to continue his work.” more ...

Handy access to the Catechism always and everywhere

(14.05.2013) Zurich/Dortmund. Imagine you are travelling, have some free time, and want to check something in the Catechism or simply read from it. No problem! As of right now, you can leave the book at home! Just download the free App or eBook onto your smart phone or tablet and you will always have handy access to the Catechism. more ...

Pentecost message from Hamburg to be sent around the world

(14.05.2013) Hamburg/Zurich. When Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber rings in the divine service on Pentecost morning in the New Apostolic congregation of Hamburg-Borgfelde, several thousand other congregations in over 100 countries will also be connected, either by satellite or internet. In this way, several million people around the world will witness this central Pentecost celebration of the New Apostolic Church on 19 May 2013—a fitting event to mark this year’s celebration of the 150-year anniversary of the New Apostolic Church. more ...

Pentecost 2013: A new Chief Apostle for the New Apostolic Church

(18.04.2013) Zurich. There are only about four more weeks to go before Pentecost, when a new Chief Apostle will be ordained for the New Apostolic Church. The current international Church leader, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, will retire at the age of 65 and will be succeeded in ministry by a French national, namely Jean-Luc Schneider (53). The preparations for this change have already been made, and all Church members around the world are aware that it is coming. more ...

Chief Apostle congratulates new Pope Francis

(14.03.2013) Zurich. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber has congratulated the new Pope Francis I on behalf of the New Apostolic Church. Yesterday Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected to the highest ministry of the Catholic Church. The 76-year-old Argentinean thus succeeds Pope Benedict XVI, who recently stepped down from office. more ...

Spring District Apostle Meeting in Stuttgart

(09.03.2013) Zurich/Stuttgart. The international spring meeting of District Apostles and District Apostle Helpers of the New Apostolic Church is currently underway in Stuttgart. “This is my last District Apostle Meeting as active Chief Apostle”—it was with these words that Church leader Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber addressed all 20 District Apostles and nine District Apostle Helpers. He thanked them for their support and good collaboration over the past years. more ...

International Church Convention 2014: final spurt of the online-survey

(25.02.2013) Zurich/Stuttgart. After about four weeks already over 4.000 church members have participated in the online-survey on the International Church Convention (ICC) of the New Apostolic Church. It was drawn to the survey, to which all church members are invited to participate, via the internet presence of some European District Churches as well as a poster notice. more ...

On the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI

(11.02.2013) Zurich. It was with great esteem and respect that the international leader of the New Apostolic Church, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber, responded to the announcement of the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, the head of the Catholic Church. In his public statement, the Chief Apostle expressed that he has a great deal of understanding for the Pope’s desire to step down early. Today the Pope announced his intention to resign on 28 February. more ...

Launching of special church anniversary web pages

(16.01.2013) Zurich. For the New Apostolic Church the year 2013 is a special year. It commemorates its 150th anniversary. In many countries special activities have been planned on this occasion: District festivities, trans-regional communal activities and even church conventions. From now on a special section of www.nak.org, the New Apostolic church website, will provide a wide range of information concerning the anniversary and the history of the church. more ...
Displaying results 91 to 100 out of 422 articles