The New Apostolic faith

Faith means to trust in God, who always accompanies us. Faith is the firm confidence that hope will be fulfilled. And faith also means professing one’s beliefs, testifying of one’s own conviction.

What does it mean to be New Apostolic? What do we trust in? What do we hope for? What are our beliefs? Answers to these questions can be found in the articles in this section.

In a nutshell:

As a denomination within Christianity, the New Apostolic Church recognises and professes the fundamental interdenominational tenets and the Bible as the foundation of its doctrine. It is led by Apostles and administers three sacraments. Central to its congregational life are regular divine services, which serve the personal development of the believers in preparation for the return of Christ.