The New Apostolic Church is an international Christian church. The basis of its teachings is Holy Scripture. In 1863 it emerged from the Catholic Apostolic Church and is led by Apostles, just like the early Christian congregations.
The core of the New Apostolic doctrine is the return of Christ to take home those who have been prepared for this event. The New Apostolic Church places great value on the personal responsibility of its members. The individual is accountable to God for his conduct. The gospel of Christ and the system of values resulting from the Ten Commandments provide clear orientation for this.
The New Apostolic Church is fully independent and politically neutral. It is financed by the voluntary contributions of its members.
At present, over ten million Christians around the world profess the New Apostolic faith.
Text Source: Theme Flyers of the New Apostolic Church – “Getting to know the New Apostolic Church” (published in 2013)
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