Global Easter divine service with the Chief Apostle

Easter is the most important holy day on the church calendar. And Easter without a divine service is simply inconceivable.

But in these times plagued by the corona pandemic, many things will be different: the churches will remain closed practically everywhere on earth—even on such high holy days. For this reason, the churches will have to explore other avenues.

The New Apostolic Church is currently making its divine services available every Sunday by way of television and web-streaming—and this will also be the case on Easter Sunday. Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider has decided that there will be a single divine service for the New Apostolic Church on 12 April 2020—but it will be a global service for all. In this way, the Church will reach all the believers—and bring the divine service right into their own living rooms.

On Easter morning, the signal will emanate from the Church-owned Bischoff publishing house. The festive divine service will also be sent out to all continents on YouTube, via IPTV, by telephone, and on the South African television channel known as NAC-TV. The divine service itself will begin at 10 a.m. (Central European Daylight Savings Time), but the transmission will begin a quarter of an hour before that.

Live streams on Sunday, 12 April 2020:

* daswort / dreiineinz, ** daswort / vierineinz, *** 4445551196 / 703315

2020-04-12 Streaming Divine Services_DE.pdf Link
2020-04-12 Streaming Divine Services_EN.pdf Link
2020-04-12 Streaming Divine Services_ES.pdf Link
2020-04-12 Streaming Divine Services_FR.pdf Link

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Peter Johanning, Oliver Rütten
Chief Apostle, Easter, Divine service