Welcome to the New Apostolic Church Canada

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. 






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.


JULY 2018
Posted by: District Elder James Griesbaum

While the bible verse says “Let brotherly love continue” (Hebrews 13: 1) we know in the context of biblical times compared to the context of our time Paul meant to love your neighbour. There existed a loving bond between our brothers and sisters in the early church; they fostered the fellowship and did not grow tired of proclaiming everywhere what the Holy Spirit commanded them to speak. We read about them: “And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.” (Acts 2: 42). Their love was so great, it was as if they acted with one heart and one soul.

Through the gift of the Holy Spirit, the love of God has also been granted to us. Now it is our decision if we will also continue in neighbourly love.  Those who continue in neighbourly love do not look at the weaknesses and imperfections of their neighbour.
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JULY 2018
Posted by: Bishop Jamie Apfelbeck

A recent divine service entitled “Unity” was based on Romans 15: 5-7, “Now may the God of patience and comfort grant you to be like-minded toward one another, according to Christ Jesus, that you may with one mind and one mouth glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore receive one another, just as Christ also received us, to the glory of God.”

Here, Paul addresses a diverse congregation, with members from different backgrounds, cultures, traditions, thoughts, and ideas. He explains that unity does not mean we all have to be the same. There will still be differences, we remain diverse and unique. Unity comes from experiencing and recognizing the glory of God together, as Jesus prayed in the High Priestly Prayer: “I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one.” (John 17: 22, NIV). This is great news and wonderful advice for congregations coming together in amalgamations.
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JUNE 2018
Posted by: Bishop Neil Jansen

Do you remember as a child that awful lump in your throat because you were treated unfairly? Have you ever failed at something and there was no 2nd chance, no do-over, and you just had to walk away bitterly? I believe that we have all had such experiences in our lives. When I think of my relationship with my heavenly Father and His grace to me I can only marvel and stand in awe. 

Think about it:
If I sin He forgives me.
If I need another chance He gives it to me.
If I pray He answers me.
If my love fails Him, He still loves me.
That is Grace (undeserved love).

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