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We invite you to visit one of our churches and experience the warmth of the congregation that is prompted by the love of Jesus, the teaching of the Holy Spirit and the joyful awaiting of Christ's return.  We hope you will take the time to discover how being a New Apostolic Christian can benefit you. 

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Within the congregation, there are diverse groups with diverse needs.  New Apostolic Church offers care for all souls.   Our ministers proclaim and advocate the gospel of Christ to each diverse group.  Through listening, sympathizing with personal concerns and praying, our ministers provide soul care.  One feels loved because someone cares.  This is comforting and brings about peace and courage to carry on.  Soul care is also about sharing faith and knowledge to help each person grow in faith.


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OH CANADA - 150 YEARS
JULY 2017
Posted by: District Elder Don Emery

This is a special year for our country as we celebrate its 150th birthday.  When we look at our country we have reason to say that we are truly blessed.  Many people throughout the world would love to live here although they may have never tasted our lovely winter season!

As New Apostolic Christians it is important to be cognisant of what we have as this is the beginning of thankfulness.  Let us consider a few points.

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SALVATION IS OFFERED
JUNE 2017
Posted by: Bishop Jamie Apfelbeck

“I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever believes in Me shall never die.” (cf. John 11: 25-26)

Lazarus, the brother of Mary and Martha, became ill and died. When Christ heard of this, He travelled to Bethany to bring Lazarus back to life. It is understandable that the disciples, and Mary and Martha didn’t understand Christ’s intentions; they of course thought it was too late for Jesus to help. 

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THE FOUR FATHERS
JUNE 2017
Posted by: District Elder James Griesbaum

Before we delve into our title let us take a quick look at the history of Father’s Day.  Father’s Day has its roots in Mother’s Day.  While Mother’s Day dates back to the 1860’s, Father’s Day was not recognized officially until World War II.  Fathers originally scoffed at the idea of being recognized and the war softened their stance.  This also led to the idea that Fathers may tend to be a little more stubborn than Mothers!  Ah, history!

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