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Service for the departed in Blantyre, Malawi
Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider visited Blantyre, Malawi, on 3 November 2016 for the first time, ahead of the 6 November 2016 service for the departed. The Chief Apostle and his entourage arrived at Chileka International Airport at about 18:10 hours local time and were welcomed by members including the Luyando Sisters.
Chief Apostle Schneider Visits Bulawayo
Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider became the first New Apostolic Church Chief Apostle to visit church members in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe for the first ever divine service to be conducted by a Chief Apostle ministry.
Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe after the capital city, Harare. It is one of the oldest and historically most important of Zimbabwe's towns.Click here for more....
Mzuzu hosts the 2016 International sisters‘ fellowship
3, 596 New Apostolic Church sisters from Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe, met at Luwinga Secondary School in Mzuzu, Malawi for the 2016 International sisters‘ fellowship and raised...
Public announcement of the Divine Service for the Departed of Sunday, 6 November 2016
The New Apostolic Church invites its members and the general public to a Service for the Departed to be conducted by Chief Apostle Jean - Luc Schneider in Blantyre - Malawi. The divine service will take place on Sunday, 6 November 2016 at 10:00 hours at New Apostolic Church Chirimba church grounds. This service for the departed, will be held under the motto "... and your heart will rejoice" (from John 16: 22).
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“Be firm, trust God and
District Apostle Charles Ndandula and his entourage traveled over 800 kilometers by road on August 13, 2016 to Kasama, the provincial capital of Northern Province of Zambia.
Accompanied by Apostle Ranford
Simumbwe of Lusaka, District Apostle Ndandula made a stopover in Serenje to see
the Serenje turn off church which is under construction and is scheduled for
dedication in September. This church construction is being funded by the Area Apostle
total of 958 New Apostolic Church members and non-members attended the first
ever New Apostolic Church exhibition at the Lusaka National Museum in Lusaka on
July 30, 2016. The event which was held in Zambia’s capital city was graced by
District Apostle Charles Ndandula in the company of District Apostle Helper
Robert Nsamba and Apostle Stanley Munsaka among others.
District Apostle Charles Ndandula made his third visit to Ndola this year on July 30, 2016 for two (2) dedication services. Like his last two visits which were emotional, joyous and historical, July 31, 2016 was a joyous day for New Apostolic Church members in Pamodzi and Kanyala congregations after their churches were dedicated by the District Apostle. Luke 8:16 was used as text word.
Bishop Heathcote put to rest
Thursday, July 21, 2016 was an emotional day for New Apostolic Church members in Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe as they bid farewell to retired Bishop Leon Geoffrey Heathcote, who served in the Zimbabwe Apostle Area.
In a burial service conducted by District Apostle Charles Ndandula in Gweru, Exodus 33:12 was used as text word“I know you by name, and you have found grace in my sight.”
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Sister’s fellowship in Namwala
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Over 14,000 people attend District Apostle Charles Ndandula’s divine services in North-Western province of Zambia.
District Apostle Charles S. Ndandula’s itinerary of Friday, 15 to Tuesday 19th April, 2016, took him to Chavuma, Zambezi and Kabompo in North-Western province where he ministered to 14,533 members and guests.
The Visit Of The District Apostle To Dundumwenzi And Nyawa
“Chief Aposto mu Mansa!”
Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider is scheduled to visit Mansa in June, 2017. “Chief Aposto mu Mansa” meaning “Chief Apostle in Mansa,” became the local slang among New Apostolic Church members in that area. This followed an announcement of the Chief Apostle’s impending visit by District Apostle Charles S. Ndandula when he visited the area recently.
More than 1,100,000 people belong to the New Apostolic Church in Zambia. The Church that has existed for over 88 years is one of the oldest in the country. From its humble beginnings in 1928, the New Apostolic Church has now grown to 7,300 congregations spread throughout Zambia. It was introduced to this country by Evangelist George Henwood Mkandawire who was travelling from Cape Town, South Africa, enroute to Nyasaland, now Malawi his home country.
2016 EASTER MESSAGE BY DISTRICT APOSTLE
My dear brothers and sisters in the Lord,
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President Lungu attends a Divine Service at Kyawama A Congregation – Solwezi
Zambia’s Head of State, Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, had fellowship with New Apostolic Church members of Kyawama A Congregation, in a Divine Service in Solwezi on Sunday, February 21, 2016. The divine service was conducted by area Apostle, Patrick Poho. Genesis 32:26 was used as text word: “And He said, “Let Me go, for the day breaks.” But he said, “I will not let You go unless You bless me!”
Dedication of Makoka new church building
February 7, 2016 was an exciting and memorable Sunday for the members of New Apostolic Church in Lusaka’s Palabana area when the long awaited Makoka church building was dedicated by District Apostle Helper Robert Nsamba.
Mathew 5: 17 was used as text word.
“Do not think that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy but to fulfil.”
571 members attended the service. District Apostle Helper Nsamba was accompanied by Apostle Stanley Munsaka and Bishop Kalumiana.
A New church Building in Mazabuka
2 Chronicles 29:5 was read as the dedication text:“And said to them:” Hear me, Levites! Now sanctify yourselves, sanctify the house of the Lord, God of your fathers, and carry out the rubbish from the holy place.”
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Third International Apostles’ Meeting – Harare, Zimbabwe
Apostles gathered at Cresta Lodge in Harare, Zimbabwe on November 28,
the 3rd International Apostles’ Meeting (IAM) for District
Area (DAA) 28, chaired by District Apostle (DA) Charles Ndandula. District
Apostle Ndandula opened the meeting with a prayer and read from Isaiah
10; this text word was also used by Chief Apostle Jean – Schneider in
recent District Apostles’ Meeting (DAM) in Johannesburg – South Africa.
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District Apostle Ndandula opened the meeting with a prayer and read from Isaiah 41: 8, 10; this text word was also used by Chief Apostle Jean – Schneider in the recent District Apostles’ Meeting (DAM) in Johannesburg – South Africa.“But you Israel are My servant, Jacob whom I have chosen, the descendants of Abraham My friend. You whom I have taken from the ends of the earth, and called from its farthest regions, and said to you, ‘You are My servant, I have chosen you and have not cast you away.”
Catechism of the New
in Questions and Answers Launched
educational edition of the Catechism of the New Apostolic Church (CNAC)
question and answer format has been launched. Speaking
during the launch on Christmas day at Chaisa congregation in Lusaka,
Apostle Charles Ndandula said the book will be useful in seminars and
instruction.“This book has
been in existence since December 2012—was first published on 1
This reference work in question-and-answer format will be put to use
in training seminars and Church instruction”, he said.
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A new Church in Chazanga, Lusaka – Zambia
A total of 1, 480 members witnessed the dedication of Chazanga Church by District Apostle Charles S. Ndandula on Sunday, January 10th 2016. Domiciled in the Lusaka West - Mumbwa Apostle Area, Chazanga congregation is superintended by Apostle Donald Kalunga Kalyangu. District Apostle Ndandula read 1 John 2:29 as text for the dedication service.
“If you know that He is righteous, you know that everyone who practices righteousness is born of Him.”
In his sermon, the District Apostle
said that God is righteous and whatever God does is perfect as recorded in
Deuteronomy 32:4. He told the congregation that God has
always used human beings to carry out His work.
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