(01.01.2017) Let us recognise the glory of God in His works, thank Him for His gifts, and proclaim His glory! These are the three tasks for New Apostolic Christians in the coming year.
(04.12.2016) Not only in Africa are there plans to merge neighbouring church districts, but also in Germany: specifically, the District Apostle Areas North Rhine-Westphalia and Hesse/Rhineland-Palatinate/Saarland, including the countries in their care. The merger is planned for 2018.
(26.11.2016) Zurich. Switzerland will shortly be taking vital steps for the future: Apostle Jürg Zbinden has been chosen as Helper to assist District Apostle Markus Fehlbaum, who is planning to retire in June 2018.
(13.11.2016) The New Apostolic Church is establishing a new District Church in southern Africa. This was announced by the president of the international church, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider, this morning in a letter that was read to the congregations in the region.
(03.01.2016) Laying aside fears, fighting evil, and overcoming our own weaknesses—these are the tasks facing New Apostolic Christians in the coming year. In his New Year’s message, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider calls on everyone to make 2016 a year of victory with Christ. And he shows how it can be achieved in everyday life.
(21.10.2015) District Apostle Noel Edward Barnes will turn 66 this year. He is responsible for the New Apostolic Church Cape and is approaching retirement age. In view of his pending retirement a District Apostle Helper will be commissioned: Apostle John Leslie Kriel. The congregations in the District Apostle Area were informed about this last Sunday.
(24.05.2015) Zurich/Lusaka. It was the high point of the New Apostolic Church’s traditional celebration of Pentecost with the Church leader, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider. His core message: “Let us trust the power of the Holy Spirit.”
(23.05.2015) Zurich/Lusaka. The New Apostolic Church’s celebration of Pentecost 2015 has officially begun with a meeting of nearly all the Apostles of Africa in Zambia. In this assembly, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider set some new goals for the development of the Church on the African continent.
(24.04.2015) Zurich. “The travel itinerary of my stay in Tanzania was jam packed,” relates Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider. And indeed, the Church leader made several stops throughout the nation while on his visit. On Thursday, 16 April he and his companions attended a concert in Dar-es-Salaam. On Friday, he conducted his first divine service of the trip in Mbeya, a city in the south of the country.
(13.04.2015) Zurich. On 19 April 2015, District Apostle Shadreck Lubasi, the head of the New Apostolic Church East Africa, will retire. He served as a minister for nearly 30 years. Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider will be in Dodoma in Tanzania to celebrate this special divine service.