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“This is a collective effort”

A system that runs parallel to the system: How the policy against sexual misconduct works in the New Apostolic Church of Southern Africa is the subject of a double interview by NAC TV—the summary at nac.today. More


Proven a million times over

Divine service broadcasts are part of the Church’s past and its present. Following is this Sunday’s streaming offer. More


Pen pals become brothers

In 1960 a high school student from Germany wrote to the US Shipping Line in Tokyo. Eleven years later, the first New Apostolic congregation was established in Japan. This year, the New Apostolic Church celebrates its 50-year anniversary in Japan. More


Across borders

“There is no place like home.” This is something that many people have discovered also in terms of online services. If you cannot be together with the members of your own congregation, you can draw joy from the plurality of languages and personalities. More


Almost no changes

A reliable range of video services has accompanied the faithful since the beginning of the pandemic. The changes in the weekly overview are becoming fewer and fewer. Here is this week’s list of countries, languages, and links. More


The weekly update

Changing YouTube channels and upcoming services … here is this week’s update on the central video services offered by the New Apostolic Church. More


Live streams this weekend

As many countries and regions are battling a new COVID surge, in-person services are no longer possible. So that all have the possibility of joining a divine service, the New Apostolic Church will continue to offer video services across the globe. More


Divine services in the world’s largest congregation

The New Apostolic Church has been streaming divine services for 77 weeks now. Thousands join these online services, constituting the world’s largest congregation. More


Proven and up-to-date

During the pandemic, they have proven themselves to be a reliable offer: the central online services in the various time zones and countries. All changes have been taken into account in our weekly overview. More


Humanitarian aid passes the one million mark

The Covid-19 pandemic has left its mark particularly in the field of charitable and humanitarian work. This is shown in the financial report for 2020 that human aktiv, the aid organisation of the New Apostolic Church Southern Germany, recently presented. More


Online services at a glance

The central divine services that the Church broadcasts are a global and multilingual offer that is independent of time and place and the current development of the pandemic. More


Upcoming divine services

Fluctuating case numbers and adapting to changing Covid-19 measures are challenging people everywhere. But there is a comforting constant in all of this—our online and dial-in services. More


He loved to be in the middle of things

The great shepherd’s heart has stopped beating. District Apostle (ret.) Markus Fehlbaum of Switzerland passed away yesterday after a long and serious illness with many ups and downs. As a tribute, here is his portrait once more. More


#prayhome

“Pray home” does not mean that the individual is alone, on no account. It rather underscores caution and prudence, but it also shows just how much importance the large community of believers places on divine services during the pandemic. More


Shared loneliness

Some look back with gratitude and joy and have happy memories, others look ahead hopefully as they face special challenges. Here is a look at some of the activities in our congregations around the world. More


Reliable broadcasts

The New Apostolic Church streams divine services in all parts of the world. Everyone is invited to join us for these public online services on YouTube. More


Webcasts around the clock

Divine services in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Anyone who wishes to join a service can do so practically any time thanks to the many time zones. Here is this week’s overview . More


Where two or three gather…

…I am there with them. This is what Jesus promises all those who take part in a divine service—whether online or in person in their congregation. More


Almost no changes

A reliable range of video services has accompanied the faithful since the beginning of the pandemic. The changes in the weekly overview are becoming fewer and fewer. Here is this week’s list of countries, languages, and links. More


Changes in the circle of the Apostles (01/2021)

Again the Chief Apostle was hardly able to travel in the first half of the year and could therefore ordain and retire only a few Apostles. Instead, he asked the District Apostles to perform these ministerial acts on his behalf. At the end of June 2021, 337 Apostles were active around the world. More


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