The New Apostolic Church Canada is actively involved in
international missionary work for over 11 countries.
An extensive overseas missionary program is carried out through the
generous support of our members. The scope of missionary work
conducted under the registered Canadian charity NAC Foreign
Extension extends primarily to the continents of Africa and
Asia. Canadian missionaries travel to developing nations lending
expertise to local church building projects, bible distribution, local
minister training and development. Financial aid is provided to
support local charitable initiatives where the promotion of Christianity
benefits our members and their communities. NAC Foreign Extension
also directs financial assistance to local aid agencies responding to
catastrophic events or natural disasters.
If you are interested in more information or would like to find out
how you can contribute to this work, please contact
Apostle Roshan conducted a Thanksgiving Service at our Ghaziabad congregation in the sub-district of Karachi-A, Pakistan. Also in attendance were Bishop Aslam and District Evangelist P. Rafaqat. It was an outdoor service that was held at the home of our District Evangelist.
Northern Sri Lanka has been hit with a severe draught this year. Normally, Northern Sri Lankans have adequate water for living and farming irrigation, but the last few years have not seen normal rains. Lives were already shattered here in this region due to heavy losses during the civil war. Now as they try to regain normalcy in day to day life, the shortage of water presents an enormous setback. Crops are failing and food supply is also short. The hope is that the next monsoon season will bring rains again to this region. Continuous rains would fill the wells with water and allow for irrigation for crops along with the required day to day supply of clean drinking water.
Bishop John Sturm of Canada visited the areas of Bangalore, Vijawayda, Hyderabad and Pune in India during July 2014. It was a joy for him to see that all previously developed strategies were being embraced by the brothers and sisters.
Bishop N. Jansen reports that on his recent trip in July 2014 to Congo and Rwanda, he was able to share special and unique moments in both countries. In Congo he focused on evaluating what areas he needed to concentrate on for future seminars.
Chief Apostle Schneider arrived in Kigali, Rwanda for his first visit to Rwanda as a Chief Apostle on July 18th. Invited guests for this visit were District Apostle Michael Deppner (DRC East); District Apostle Tshitshi Tshisekedi(DRC West); District Apostle Helper Robert Nsamba(Zambia) and well as all the Apostles in the Canada District Africa and the Bishops of Rwanda.