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Vienna, cultural capital in the heart of Europe

How do you declare your love for a city? Johann Schrammel did so by dedicating a marsh to Vienna in 1886. About a quarter of the Austrians live in their capital, but the city welcomes even more tourists each year. What makes this city so fascinating? More


At home around the world: divine service in the mountains

Sitting on the couch or relaxing on the terrace? — “Go into all the world!” No time to rest! Our ministers make their way all around the world: high up into the mountains, far into the interior of countries, and over vast continents. More


At home around the world: “Yes” to faith and working in the congregation

Older members take their well-deserved retirement and younger helpers take on responsibility. That is how life is everywhere, even in New Apostolic congregations. More


Kennen den Stammapostel nur aus dem Fernsehen ...

Stammapostel Jean-Luc Schneider hätte den Weg garantiert auch alleine zum Gottesdienst gefunden; aber so war es einfach schöner. More


At home around the world: sacristy, conference centre, and hotel

The places where ministers sanctify themselves, have discussions, and engage in training can be very different. And it is definitely not always on a Sunday that they get together. More


A life turned right side up

“I am a natural scientist and a convinced atheist—so what am I doing here? Why is it that I never miss a divine service? How does all of this fit together?”—Katja Krumm from Steinen, Southern Germany tells us about her journey to faith. More


The megacity of Lagos: patience has reward

Lagos is not only the largest city in Africa, but also one of the most densely populated cities of the world. No one knows exactly how many people live there, but estimates range between 18 million and 20 million—roughly. In this great confluence of diverse cultures there are seven New Apostolic congregations. More


At home around the world: faith without borders

Faith overcomes borders—between countries and cultures, between poor and rich, between hearing and seeing. Following is a bouquet of colourful examples taken right out of New Apostolic life. More


Praise, glory, honour be unto God

On his trip to South America at the beginning of April, Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider celebrated a divine service in our central church in Buenos Aires (Argentina) on 2 April 2017. At the conclusion of the divine service, the youth choir sang “Praise, glory, honour”, complementing our 2017 motto: “Glory be to God, our Father!” More


From the inside out

Charity begins at home and should not stop inside our own Church. This is an approach that many congregations across the globe practice. More


Twelve Apostles in London

Twelve Apostles in London … This certainly deserves a mention in our New Apostolic history. Apostles from the northern and eastern part of Germany and Switzerland undertook a study trip to London, more precisely to Albury, to trace our origins. More


Flying to church on three wheels

When Froilan Caderao drives to church he does so on three wheels—not because he is so fast or because his vehicle does not have more wheels. His passengers love it. More


Musicians reap resounding silence

Invoking the help of God even if terror and conflicts do not disappear entirely. Helping and supporting even if hunger cannot be eradicated. Making music even if the audience does not go wild … Following is a look into some of our New Apostolic congregations. More


Kyrgyzstan—vast and unspoilt

Kyrgyzstan is vast and proud and situated in Central Asia. For many years, Bishop Udo Knispel has been active there. It is not easy to work there, he says in an interview with nac.today. More


At home around the world: three donations — taking on responsibility three times

The gospel is not just about going to church and singing pious hymns. Spreading the glad tidings also includes taking on responsibility for people in need. Here are three projects we would like to showcase: More


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, nac.today presents a successful new project, an unusual idea, and a countdown. More


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