(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.
(02.05.2015) Zurich/Lusaka. For New Apostolic Christians, the divine service on Pentecost is special in several respects, as there have already been regular satellite transmissions of the divine service conducted by the Church leader for years. For this year’s celebration of Pentecost, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider is expected in the African country of Zambia. Once again, thousands of congregations throughout the world will be connected by video signal.
(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.
(17.04.2015) Zurich. Apostle Clement Haeck is the newest member of the Work Group Contacts with other Religions and Denominations (WG CRD). He succeeds Bishop Paul Imhof, who has recently retired from active involvement in the Church’s group work, after having retired from ministry in October 2013. Clement Haeck is 62 years of age and resides in Luxembourg.
(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.
(10.04.2015) Zurich. Apostle Xavier Arèse passed away at the early age of 54 on Tuesday, 7 April 2015 after a long period of suffering. He is survived by his wife and two children. Thus we take our leave of a loving human being.
(05.04.2015) Zurich. The Passiontide, with the death of the Lord on Good Friday, ends magnificently in the resurrection of the Lord. This is the fundamental belief of all Christians. But why is this day of the resurrection so important for us?
(03.04.2015) Zurich. Passiontide reaches its culmination with today's celebration of Good Friday. Today we commemorate Jesus Christ, who gives His life on the cross for mankind. But that is not yet the end of His path.
(31.03.2015) Zurich. The Passiontide began with celebration of Palm Sunday. Now we commemorate the Passion of Jesus Christ, who selflessly served mankind to the very end.
(28.03.2015) Zurich. “Community” is the name of the new member magazine of the New Apostolic Church International. It is available as of right now for download as an e-paper in three languages, namely English, French, and Spanish. In many District Churches, the magazine will also be translated into other languages locally.
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