The New Apostolic Church International has a uniform doctrine and global presence under the leadership of the Chief Apostle. Legally and financially, it consists of District Churches which are each headed by a District Apostle.
The revenue of the District Churches consists of voluntary offerings and donations from its members as well as other contributions and returns. The church does not collect any taxes from its members. The funds of the church are used exclusively for performing church tasks. The Chief Apostle receives a copy of the annual statement of accounts signed by each District Apostle, along with the audited report of an accountant.
Scenario in India
The New Apostolic Church in India is part of the Canada District and is legally set up in three different trusts. These trusts receive funds from abroad and also generate revenue in India. Both are being accounted for and are being scrutinized by the Indian government.Learn More About the structure and organization of NAKI, the international head organization