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Between continuity and change: Many interested parties attend press conference with two chief apostles

(18.05.2005) Zurich. Interested representatives from newspapers, Internet magazines, news agencies, and other churches came to participate in the press conference with retired Chief Apostle Richard Fehr and the new international leader of the Church, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber. The press conference took place in the Congress Centre of the New Apostolic Church International in Zurich. more ...

Video of "Pentecost 2005": Chief Apostle changeover in Fellbach

(15.05.2005) Zurich. (or) District Apostle Wilhelm Leber has become the new chief apostle of the New Apostolic Church. For the first time ever, nak.org is featuring a video of the highlights from the Pentecost service in Fellbach near Stuttgart. more ...

Change in the leadership of the New Apostolic Church: Wilhelm Leber is the new chief apostle

(15.05.2005) Zurich. This year's Pentecost service came to a festive conclusion as an emotional congregation bid farewell to Chief Apostle Richard Fehr, who after 17 years in office, officially transferred the leadership of the New Apostolic Church into younger hands. Following is a press release from the New Apostolic Church on the subject. more ...

Newsflash from Stuttgart: Wilhelm Leber will become the new chief apostle!

(13.05.2005) Stuttgart. Dr. Wilhelm Leber, hitherto district apostle in Northern Germany, will succeed Chief Apostle Richard Fehr, and so become the new chief apostle of the New Apostolic Church. more ...

Vatican responds to letter of condolence

(09.05.2005) Zurich. There was mail from the Vatican for the chief apostle: Secretary of State Monsignor Caccia expressed thanks for the chief apostle's letter of condolence in response to the death of Pope John Paul II. more ...

Position of the New Apostolic Church on the concept of sin

(29.04.2005) Zurich. Already in April 2004 the District Apostle Meeting in Zurich ratified a new position on the concept of sin. The new element of this concept was the distinction drawn between sin and guilt. more ...

Festive divine service in Toronto

(21.04.2005) Toronto. The large hall in Toronto was filled to capacity when Chief Apostle Richard Fehr began the festive divine service. It was the last divine service of his extended trip to the Americas, which had led him all the way from Argentina to Canada. more ...

The New Apostolic Church anticipates a new chief apostle

(21.04.2005) Zurich. "The highest ministry that can be assigned in the New Apostolic Church is the chief apostle ministry." So begins the first press release of the New Apostolic Church International regarding the upcoming Pentecost service on 15 May 2005. Incumbent Chief Apostle Richard Fehr will retire in a divine service in Stuttgart on Pentecost Sunday. He has been the highest representative of this Church since 1988, and will turn 66 in July. more ...

Chief apostle congratulates Pope Benedict XVI.

(20.04.2005) Zurich. Chief Apostle Richard Fehr wished the new leader of the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict XVI, God's help for his high task. In his letter of congratulations the leader of the New Apostolic Church goes into some of the urgent needs of our present days. more ...

The 144,000: Position of the New Apostolic Church

(15.04.2005) Zurich. The number and symbolism of the hundred forty-four thousand have always played a significant role in the history and teaching of the New Apostolic Church. Now the Church has published a comprehensive position on this subject, which reflects the current state of the its doctrinal understanding. more ...
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True wealth
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Chief Apostle's schedule

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