A packed agenda in the "City of Good Air"

A city that was founded twice, and a region that was once the focal point of a struggle for independence: these are the two travel destinations on Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider's upcoming trip to Argentina. More

The community of believers joins hands

“Speak to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs.” Based loosely on Ephesians 5: 19, religions and various denominations are moving closing together to promote a common cause, and right in there is the New Apostolic Church. More

The long road to truth and reconciliation

Canada is celebrating its 150th birthday this year. Sufficient reason for Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider to address the issue of peace and reconciliation with the country’s indigenous peoples. A look at a special gathering … More

IYD 2019: Goose bumps, anticipation, ideas

“We have already accomplished a great deal,” summarises Rainer Storck, the hosting District Apostle of the International Youth Day (IYD). “We have a rough outline of events and have defined the participant groups.” More

Altar decorations used for a good cause

A proverb says that many cooks spoil the broth. Good networking proves the contrary. This week, presents a successful new project, an unusual idea, and a countdown. More

Reconciliation is a process

“Reconciliation is not so simple,” Apostle Rolf Wosnitzka from Erfurt in Thuringia (Germany) says. Together with others he was instrumental in bringing the reconciliation process between the New Apostolic Church and the Apostolic Community forward. How did this come about? More

Spiritual, natural? – The nature of blessing

What is blessing? Health, success, a good life? Not necessarily, because the nature of God’s gifts is more spiritual than natural. In a divine service the Chief Apostle went back to the basics. More

Bengaluru Central: unity in diversity

Bengaluru Central, a congregation in the south of India, is as dynamic and diverse as the megacity itself. In addition to local members, the congregation often welcomes visitors from abroad. More

Reconciliation after 96 years

In 1921 they separated, in 2017 they reconciled: a reconciled co-existence was at the core of the prayer service attended by both the Apostolic Community and the New Apostolic Church. More

Divine service for the departed at the Equator

The Equator cuts right through the Indonesian island of Borneo. And situated directly on this imaginary line—where there is little seasonal variation in the climate, incidentally—is the New Apostolic congregation of Pontianak. More

Vast fields, First Nations, Cree, and Iroquois – welcome to Canada!

There is a good chance that the seeds for the mustard we spread on our hot dogs come from the province of Saskatchewan. On 12 March 2017 the international leader of the New Apostolic Church will visit this Canadian Prairie province. More

Glory for me

Many people die every day. Many people die a lonely death. Yet, they are not forgotten. May God be merciful to them. More

Founders, fathers, pioneers

They established the Church, often under enormous difficulties. And we have not forgotten the founders, fathers, and pioneers of the New Apostolic congregations around the globe. A selection of news items that remind us of bygone times. More

Megacity São Paulo: the engine that drives the country

A population of twelve million in the city proper, and twenty million in the metropolitan area: São Paulo is the largest city in South America. And how do New Apostolic Christians live there? More

Sharing joy and sorrow

Here there is excitement over a special guest, there someone has to take leave of a loved one or has lost all his belongings in a flood. News from around the world—between joy and sorrow. More

All you need is trust

“My life was quite simple: everything was exciting,” says André Miku Mpeti, a retired Priest. Born in the Congo, he came to Belgium as a young man and has now been living in Iceland for many years. More

Small pieces make the picture big

Many small stories from around the world testify of the everyday joys and the strength of faith of New Apostolic Christians. Here they are. More

Pastoral care in Senegal

It takes a whole village to raise a child. This African proverb also exists in Senegal. Following are some experiences from this West African country which the Chief Apostle will be visiting this coming Sunday. More

A bell summons the faithful

This is not a congregation you happen to come across as you stroll along. In fact, at 4,000 metres it is about as close to heaven as you can get. But Pacharía has a lot more to offer: a Deacon well past retirement age and an ingenious way of calling the faithful to worship. More

Education, a priority

Education is high on the agenda—also in the New Apostolic Church: from children to seniors, in our own congregation and outside of it, generally or very specifically. Here is a look at some of the things going on in the Church in the way of education. More