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Ho and Accra - Festive divine services in Ghana

(14.07.2004) Accra. Ho and Accra were the names of the stops on Chief Apostle Richard Fehr's trip through Ghana. This was already his third visit to the West African country. During the festive divine service on 11 July 2004 he ordained 6 new apostles and 7 new bishops. more ...

New Internet sites for Hong Kong and Malaysia

(14.06.2004) Zurich. The New Apostolic Church in Hong Kong and in Malaysia can now also be accessed online. We have thus fulfilled the wish of many travellers because now they can finally inquire about divine service locations online. more ...

Announcement: New Apostolic Church adopts new youth concept

(04.06.2004) Zurich. End of April, the Church leadership adopted a new and uniform concept for the youth work in the New Apostolic Church. This shall be introduced in steps, at first in the District Churches of Europe and in North America. more ...

Announcement: Position of the New Apostolic Church on the 'Evolution Theory'

(04.06.2004) Zurich. The New Apostolic Church considers the evolution theory not to be an appropriate explanation of the Creation, since the considerations in this theory do not include God as Creator. However, the theory maintains that the scientific findings on the evolution are not in contradiction to the interpretations of the Bible. more ...

A call to repentance: 450,000 souls took part in the Pentecost divine service with Chief Apostle Fehr!

(04.06.2004) Wiesbaden. Unfortunately the satellite transmission to Zambia failed again this year but despite this, around 450,000 souls were able to experience Chief Apostle Richard Fehr's serving live in their congregations. more ...

First study meeting for the NAC Austria was a success

(04.06.2004) Vienna. "Eschatology - Christian point of view, common perspective?" - that was the caption over an interesting study meeting involving representatives from various Christian denominations in Vienna. more ...

New Apostolic Church adopts new fundamental principles

(03.06.2004) Zurich. What is the New Apostolic Church? What does the Church teach? How did it come into being? What is its position toward state and society? In general, such questions and more are answered by the catechism of a given church. To date, no such collection of fundamental principles was available in the New Apostolic Church. The only work on hand was the book "Questions and Answers", which was last revised in 1992. The Church has recently decided to produce a new compilation of fundamental principles. more ...

Position of the New Apostolic Church on sexual conduct

(02.06.2004) Zurich. Bearing in mind the various cultures in which the Church is active throughout the world, the church leadership adopts positions on certain issues of sexual conduct within and outside marriage. In this connection, the Church supports the social endeavours by society to confer especial protection on marriage and family. more ...

The New Apostolic Church adopts a new position on the concept of sin

(02.06.2004) Zurich. Are there "major" and "minor" sins? Can one sin weigh more than another? Questions of this kind have been dealt with by the Chief Apostle and the District Apostles' Meeting (DAM) held in Zurich on April 28 to 30, 2004. The outcome is a new position on the concept of sin which shall be passed on in steps as follows: at first to the ministers of the Church, then to all members and interested parties. more ...

From Wiesbaden into the wide world: Pentecost divine service by the chief apostle will be transmitted throughout the world!

(25.05.2004) Wiesbaden. Traditionally the Pentecost divine service has always been of special significance on the calendar of the New Apostolic Church. This year Chief Apostle Richard Fehr and all district apostles and apostles from Europe will come to Wiesbaden (District Church of Hesse). A few thousand receiving stations will be connected via satellite transmission. more ...
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Chief Apostle's schedule

What places will the Chief Apostle be visiting in the near future? Take a look at the Chief Apostle's schedule!

New Year's message 2019

"Rich in Christ"