What we believe
New Apostolic teachings are founded on the Bible. We recognize three sacraments: Holy Baptism, Holy Sealing, and Holy Communion. Baptism with water is the first and fundamental act of the triune God’s grace upon a human being who believes in Christ. Through the act of Holy Sealing, the baptized believer is filled with the Holy Spirit. This occurs through prayer and laying-on of hands of an apostle. The body and blood of Christ are imparted in the sacrament of Holy Communion.
The return of Christ to take home His bride is a central component of New Apostolic doctrine. Other significant elements are missionary work and love for one’s fellow human being. We believe in personal responsibility and that individuals are responsible to God for their behavior. The gospel of Christ and the system of values inherent in the Ten Commandments provide clear orientation in this respect.
The New Apostolic Church is politically neutral and independent. It is financed by the voluntary donations of its members.
Over nine million Christians around the world currently profess the New Apostolic faith.
Vision and Mission
Our Vision is to create a church in which people feel at home and, inspired by the Holy Spirit and their love for God, align their lives to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and thus prepare themselves for His return and eternal life. Our Mission is reaching out to all people in order to teach them the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to baptize them with water and the Holy Spirit. Providing soul care and cultivating a warm fellowship in which everyone shall experience the love of God and the joy of serving Him and others.
Thriving in your faith
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The New Apostolic Church strives to make individuals feel at home by creating a warm and welcoming place for all to worship. Wherever you visit, you’ll sense a strong tradition of Christian fellowship where brothers and sisters love and serve one another. Our doctrine is Bible-based, and our vision is to teach the Gospel to all people in preparation for Christ’s coming. Our fellowship in the church of Christ consists of baptism of water and Spirit, recognizing and repenting from sin, and experiencing Holy Communion with our Savior and Redeemer, Jesus Christ.