The New Apostolic Church

Church is so much more than an organisation comprised of like-minded people. Church is where faith comes to live because church builds the structures necessary for congregational life.

What does it mean to be New Apostolic? Where is this church at home? How are its institutions structured? How does it organise its community interactions? Answers to these questions can be found in the rest of the articles in this category.

In a nutshell:

As a community that spans the entire globe, the New Apostolic Church numbers over nine million members in some 200 countries. It is comprised of legally independent District Churches all under one “roof” consisting of a uniform doctrine and shared leadership boards. The operations of the Church’s institutions and its humanitarian activities are financed by the voluntary contributions of its members.