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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. 






Author: District Evangelist G. Stanford
May 2022 

At this time of year, there is a focus on the Confirmation Day across our great nation. Many of our young Confirmands from Halifax in the East to Coquitlam in the West are being prepared to say their vow and commit themselves to the Lord.

Our Catechism Questions and Answers explains the act of Confirmation in Question 663:

Confirmation (Latin confirmatio, meaning “reinforcement”, “affirmation”) is that act of blessing in which young New Apostolic Christians take upon themselves the obligations which their parents or guardians undertook on their behalf at their baptism and sealing...

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Author: Apostle A. Martig
April 2022  

After the Lord died on the cross, His disciples lapsed into lethargy: no word could describe their disappointment nor their confusion. The disciples of Emmaus left Jerusalem with a heavy heart, hopeless. Other disciples stayed together in Jerusalem, in silence.

When Mary Magdalene and other women first went to the grave, their heart was certainly filled with the same confusion and sadness as the other disciples. And then, they saw Him!

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International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
March 21, 2022

The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination recognizes that the injustices and prejudices fuelled by racial discrimination take place every day. It is a day to reflect and re-commit our efforts to combat all forms of racial discrimination.1

The 2022 edition of the International Day focuses on the theme “Voices for Action Against Racism.” Racism in all its forms is contrary to the teaching of Christ and the commandment to love our neighbour as ourselves. The gospel of Christ and racial discrimination are incompatible.

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