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.
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District Elder J. Tuyisabe from Kigila, Rwanda held a confirmation service in the Muhero congregation. The photo shows the District Elder (centre) surrounding the six confirmands and accompanied by their family, their new fellow youth and the congregation after the confirmation service.
Apostle Roshan dedicated a new church building in the congregation of Dora, in the district of Rawalpindi, Pakistan on Sunday, April 27th, 2014. It was a historical day for the ministers and members who were very happy over this event of dedication. They now have a beautiful, comfortable and strong church building to worship in.
On Sunday, April 13th Apostle Roshan held a divine service in Nasrat Nagar congregation, sub. District Karachi- A. On this festive Palm Sunday our youth cleaned the streets and decorated with Palm branches and flower. The choir and organist sang special hymns and the confirmands and their parents were well prepared for the confirmation service.
It was in 1981 that Apostle Sobottka first visited the island of Sri Lanka. At the time he was a deacon and he accompanied District Elder Latorcai (now District Apostle in retirement). In November 2013, he made his last trip to this country as part of the turn over to District Apostle Helper David Devaraj of India. He was accompanied by Bishop John Wiesel of Canada and Bishop Jeevaraj from India and who also supports the work in Sri Lanka, along with their wives.
Between the 7th and 1Oth of November 2013, our dear Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider visited India. Over 1300 young people gathered from across the subcontinent and some further afield for the 'Day of the Youth', in Hyderabad. This was followed by a Divine Service in Udaipur where about 650 souls had gathered.