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You are warmly invited to join our virtual congregation that is prompted by the love of Jesus, the teaching of the Holy Spirit and the joyful awaiting of Christ's return, with special divine services online. We hope you will take the time to discover how being a New Apostolic Christian can benefit you. 






A living faith
Author: Bishop R. Braun
June 2023

What are the basic necessities that we need to stay alive? Many would agree that we need air, food, water, clothing, and sleep. I am sure each of us understands that we need these five necessities to live and survive. Let’s expand on this question. What do we need to have a living faith?

Faith comes from believing, accepting, trusting, and having hope in God and Jesus Christ. This describes faith at its most basic level. A living faith, however, must be more than basic. Faith needs to be alive. In our natural lives, to stay alive, we must do something. We have to breathe, eat, and drink, among many other things. It requires effort. Our faith is no different! Faith requires an effort not only to be alive but stay alive.

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Pentecost 2023
Author: Apostle F. Dzur
May 2023

On Sunday, May 28, 2023, we will celebrate Pentecost together and will be connected to a worldwide broadcast of the divine service conducted by our Chief Apostle Schneider from Cape Town, South Africa. For this occasion, all District Apostles and District Apostle Helpers will be present and the worldwide church represented. Together with them, we will connect in spirit with all our brothers and sisters. 

On Pentecost, we commemorate the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. As children of God, we have been reborn out of water and the Spirit. Each of us has been given the same gift, the gift of the Holy Spirit which gives us the same possibility to be transformed into the image of Christ and enter the kingdom of God as firstlings. 

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The love of God
Author: District Evangelist K. Berry
April 2023

“This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him.” (1 John 4:9 NIV).

As stated in our Catechism, the love of God, which still covered humankind even after the fall into sin, was revealed perfectly through the sending of His Son, Jesus Christ, who came and defeated sin (1 John 3: 8, CNAC I hope you can celebrate and experience this love during the Easter season.

The love of God is a critical element of our church’s mission statement, “Providing soul care and cultivating a warm fellowship in which everyone shall experience the love of God.” This gives us a prescription for our time together as Christians, especially in the congregation.

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