(18.12.2014) Zurich. The count-down is on. On 1 January 2015 nac.today will go online. The new news magazine of the New Apostolic Church International (NACI) will offer interesting and valuable reports from around the world for New Apostolic Christians and other interested readers with.
(11.12.2014) Zurich/Manila. Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider is expected in the Philippines this weekend. A press release from the national Church, NAC in the Philippines, begins as follows: “The New Apostolic Church in the Philippines will host the International President, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider with a delegation of the District Apostles from Switzerland, Argentina, and Canada.”
(11.12.2014) Zurich. Anyone who wants to become better acquainted with the District Church that boasts the largest number of New Apostolic Christians in the world now has a new opportunity to do so. By exploring online, interested parties will discover a broad range of special features—but in this case they will need some special expertise.
(09.12.2014) Zurich. For those who desire official church information, nak.org is the correct address to visit: As of spring 2015, the site will mostly publish announcements of international management and doctrinal texts. Future publications include changes in the Apostle´s circle, statements from the international working groups and project groups as well as news of the Chief Apostle.
(05.12.2014) Zurich. nac.today – that’s the name of the brand new news magazine which is going online at the start of 2015. With this magazine the New Apostolic Church International (NACI) is increasing its web presence, providing even more information. At the same time the church’s Apps will be updated, as will NACI’s official website, nak.org, in the spring of 2015.
(03.12.2014) Zurich. The composition of the Coordination Group (CG) of the New Apostolic Church has changed. District Apostle Rüdiger Krause (NA Northern Germany) and District Apostle Rainer Storck (NAC North Rhine-Westphalia) are the newest members in this important body. In turn, retired District Apostle Armin Brinkmann (North Rhine-Westphalia) and District Apostle Michael Ehrich (NAC Southern Germany) are leaving the group.
(29.11.2014) Zürich/Düsseldorf. „Die Apostolische Gemeinschaft und die Neuapostolische Kirche möchten ihr Verhältnis zueinander klären und miteinander versöhnt und in gegenseitiger Wertschätzung in die Zukunft gehen“, lautet der erste Satz einer gemeinsamen Versöhnungserklärung beider Kirchen. Das historische Dokument wurde am heutigen Samstag, 29. November 2014, im Rahmen einer Feierstunde im Gemeindehaus der Apostolischen Gemeinschaft in Düsseldorf von Vertretern beider Kirchen unterzeichnet.
(07.11.2014) Kinshasa/Zurich. On Sunday, 26 October 2014 Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider ordained seven new Apostles and four new Bishops for the District Church of Congo-West. After having reached the age limit for active ministry, Apostle Wa Lukusa Nkongolo was retired in the same divine service. The latter had served in the Apostle ministry for 28 years and is thus one of the pioneers of the New Apostolic Church in Kinshasa.
(31.10.2014) Zurich. As already announced, a Statement of Reconciliation between the United Apostolic Church and the New Apostolic Church is to be signed at the end of November. This is an historic moment for both churches, after nearly 60 years of separation. We asked the international Church leader, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider about some of the background.
(31.10.2014) Düsseldorf/Zurich. Several meetings between representatives from the United Apostolic Church and the New Apostolic Church have taken place over the last few months. The content of these discussions centred on the events that led to the separation between the United Apostolic Church and the New Apostolic Church in the year 1955. In an open exchange, these events were analysed from today’s point of view. By mutual agreement, both sides expressed the desire to settle their relationship with one another and go into the future in reconciliation.
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