The New Apostolic Church is an international Christian church. The foundation of its teachings is the Holy Scripture. It developed from the Catholic Apostolic Church in 1863 and is led by apostles, just like the first Christian congregations.
The New Apostolic Church recognizes three sacraments: Holy Baptism, Holy Sealing, and 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.
The New Apostolic Church emphasises the personal accountability of its members for their actions. The individual is responsible to God for his behaviour. 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.
Nine million Christians around the world currently profess the New Apostolic faith.
For more information or to find a New Apostolic Church in your area, please visit the: www.naccanada.org