Organization

Retirement after exactly 45 years

There are times when life presents one with some astonishing coincidences: this Sunday, 22 May 2022, District Apostle Wolfgang Nadolny will retire from active ministry. It was on exactly the same day 45 years before that he received his first ministry in the Church. 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


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


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


Walking the path together

It began with positive steps towards one another that developed into a common path forward. Much has happened since the ecumenical work of the New Apostolic Church started 22 years ago. One of the initiators who has done a lot of work in this area has now stepped down. More


A season of joy

The effects of Easter still feel very real. The joy over the resurrection of Jesus is still the focus of our faith life. Sunday’s service will also concentrate on this. More


God is everywhere

The pandemic is still keeping many members from coming back to worship in their congregations. Yet they can receive the word of God. For God’s word easily reaches beyond the four walls of a church building. More


Death and life

Life is followed by death. Jesus reversed this equation. A few days after His death, He came back alive. An apparent defeat became a victory. More


Palm Sunday

A king enters into Jerusalem on a donkey colt. A paradox? No, the Palm Sunday service will show the greatness of God. More


community 2/2022: Interesting, informative, and inspiring

Chock full with information and inspiration… Edition 2/2022 of the New Apostolic member magazine community can be downloaded starting today. Here is a glance at the content. 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


Weekly online services

A lot is possible in spite of Covid measures, such as the weekly video services on Sundays. Every week, nac.today offers an overview of the worldwide streaming offers. More


Catechism 1 – The background

It is the first comprehensive and systematic description of the New Apostolic faith ever to be published. But the Catechism of the New Apostolic Church did not simply fall from the heavens. Just about everyone has one of its precursors somewhere in the house. Here is the start to a seven-part video series featuring the IYC lecture. More


The weekly update

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


Divine services for Lent

Lent is a season of reflection and prayer, and a time to worship. This is not possible everywhere and not for everyone. Here is our weekly overview for Sunday’s online services. More


The one hundredth broadcast

The articles featuring the weekly links for the online services on Sunday have cracked the one hundred mark. For the hundredth time, nac.today publishes its weekly article with the links to this weekend’s video services. 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


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


The way with Jesus

This is the theme of the Sunday services in February. Whether you go to church or head into the kitchen, where your laptop is hooked up, is less important than hearing the word of God. More


Sunday is coming

Every Sunday, wherever possible, the doors to our churches are open for worship. If you prefer to join an online service from home, nac.today publishes a weekly overview of the various links. For the ninety-sixth time. More


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