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The link for the Pentecost service

Whether by telephone, television, or Internet … there are a number of possibilities to participate in the divine service which Chief Apostle Schneider will conduct this Sunday. Just click on one of the YouTube links below. More


A Pentecost sermon for the whole world

It is always quite a lot of work, but it is worthwhile in any event. When the Chief Apostle steps behind the altar on Pentecost Sunday, there will be hundreds of thousands who will see and hear him—despite the corona crisis. More


Watching divine service broadcasts around the world

Brazil, Canada, South Africa, Indonesia … Christians across the world worship on Sundays. Since the outbreak of coronavirus, the New Apostolic Church has been streaming its services publicly. Following are the links for the live streams this coming Sunday. More


The word of Christ remains audible

Preaching comes through the word of Christ. Believers know this experience and appreciate it. Here is an overview of where the word of God can be heard and seen this coming Sunday. More


When devotionals come into our homes

“I am thinking of you; you are not alone.” This is what devotionals want to convey. At the same time, they act as a reminder, telling us: “Remember, don’t forget!” These are valuable messages, especially during the coronavirus age. And the Church leaders want to share them. More


A reliable offer: online services

There is a first easing of the lockdown measures. The Church is working on concepts. What is clear now already is that online services will continue until churches can be reopened for worship. Here is a look at the latest developments. More


Pentecost—local and online

Pentecost … At home with the Chief Apostle or in our own congregation, maybe even with Holy Communion? The first option is open to everyone, the second one only to a few. The Chief Apostle’s recommendation is clear. More


Where two or three gather in my name

A minister, a technician, a musician—divine services are currently being held in a very small setting and are then followed by thousands online. Here are the links for the streams this coming Sunday. More


Pleading our own cause: we want you to share!

Whether on the web, using an app, or in print – nac.today news is available via many channels. But there are still others who want to share news in their own way. Is that all right? There is a clear answer to that question—along with three little points to observe. More


Online services on Sunday, 26 April

This coming Sunday there will again be live broadcasts of central divine services on all continents. Here are the links for the video streams. New on the list is the link from Russia. More


Church leaders explore the possibility of reopening congregations

Online is not everything. How can we resume divine services and congregational life during the coronavirus crisis? Locally and very slowly and cautiously, is the answer of the European Church leaders. More


Communion wafers for after the lockdown

The baking machines in Lusaka and Cape Town have come to a standstill, and in Bielefeld the warehouse is being stocked up. Things in the three large wafer bakeries of the New Apostolic Church are anything but normal these days. More


Divine services are just a click away

Following the international Easter transmission, the various districts will now go back to their individual online services. For the Western Pacific region online services can now be called up via a central Internet address. And here are the latest links for all. More


Congregational life goes digital

Although the app is still under development, the idea has really taken off. The web and app project “my digital congregation” is entering the second stage. More


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. More


When less becomes more: an Easter Sunday service

Normally, 60,000 New Apostolic congregations come together for divine service on Sundays—but that was before the Corona crisis. Over the past few weeks, this offer has been reduced to two dozen central video services across the globe. On Easter there will only be one divine service: with the Chief Apostle. More


Online divine services on all continents

Additional online offers are constantly being added: more and more countries are making central divine services available so that the members can join the celebration from home. Here is an up-to-date overview. More


History in the making: the whole world comes together for Easter

When people do renovations, they are usually planning something special. And that is precisely what is happening right now in the middle of Germany. After all, Pentecost will already come on Easter this year. And the Chief Apostle will visit every interested party at home—online. More


Congregations are coming to life again

For four young men from Bavaria in Germany the past weekend was not exactly relaxing. And the coming weekend will not be any different either. But they are not the only ones who are making a huge effort to create some semblance of a congregational life after the coronavirus crisis upended it. More


SOS: pastoral care is as varied as the people who need it

The body needs care and so does the soul. The image of the duality of man is shared by all churches. A priest is both a preacher and a shepherd. And both are legitimate. Pastoral care at a glance. More


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