Welcome to the New Apostolic Church Canada

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. 






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.


Posted by: Bishop Jamie Apfelbeck

We have been taught that for our prayers to be powerful and effective, they should contain the following elements: adoration and worship, thanksgiving, petitions, and intercessions. In this third letter of the “Prayer Life” series, we will address the component that perhaps comes most naturally: asking God to help us. Today we will look at petitions.

Our catechism states “In our petitions, we bring God our concerns as they pertain, for example, to the preservation of our faith and the help of God in daily life.” (CNAC 13.1.5). Certainly, the concerns of daily life occupy our thoughts and our time. When we read in the Bible, “But the very hairs on your head are all numbered.” (Matthew 10: 30), Jesus is teaching how valuable we are to God, and that He is invested in every aspect of our lives. The Lord is not indifferent to our troubles.

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JULY 2020
Posted by: Bishop J. Sturm

Profound moments for a minister occur while providing soul care to a dying person. Often the question is asked, “Am I faithful enough for the Lord?”. That this is perhaps one’s final question is in itself, to me, evidence of faithfulness.

Our time at home during the global coronavirus pandemic gives opportunity to run through a checklist:
  • Let God speak to me (read the bible, listen to services)
  • Pray to God
  • Demonstrate my faith (apply Jesus’ teachings, belief in His return)
If faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen, then we have had plenty of opportunities to demonstrate our faith. After all, who watches us read the bible, attend on-line services, pray, or do anything to demonstrate faith?  

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 JULY 2020
Posted by: District Evangelist Arnaud Martig

As we are about to experience the second divine service for the departed of 2020, we propose to pause a moment and reflect on the meaning of such a service and how we can help our Lord fulfil His mission. 

A divine service for the departed may trigger many memories, many emotions, as we remember our loved ones who have already gone into the beyond. We may still feel the void created by the separation. And as years go by, the number of our connections in the beyond continues to increase. 

But a divine service for the departed is not a sad moment. As we all rejoice when a young couple brings their newborn child to be baptised in the congregation, or when an adult decides for the Lord and is sealed by an Apostle, similarly a divine service for the departed is a joyful celebration of life!

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