The New Apostolic Church in Malaysia, with about 20 congregations in West Malaysia, belongs to the New Apostolic Church International, with head office in Switzerland, and is since 18th January 2009 part of the Regional Church of NACSEAsia (New Apostolic Church South-East Asia).
Our magazine “community” No. 4/2017 has been published and can be downloaded from this Webpage. Print copies will be distributed in the congregations. Continue reading
Thanksgiving Day, first Sunday in October, has tradition in the New Apostolic world. Especially in the northern hemisphere where there is harvest season this century old customs is celebrated also in our church. Also Kuala Lumpur Congregation as many others in whole Malaysia joined in marking Thanksgiving not only with a special sermon but elaborate Altar decoration. Continue reading
On 21st September we observe the International Day of Prayer for Peace. Together for PEACE, Respect, safety and dignity for all goes this year’s message of the United Nation.
Christians remember the famous greetings of Jesus: PEACE BE WITH YOU. Yet also the Psalmist desired the city of Jerusalem be filled with peace and salvation from within and that its inhabitants should share in it, as expressed in a pilgrim song record in Psalm 122.
In Malaysia at 4 p.m., however please be at the KL Central church by 3:30 p.m. in order not to miss out the pre information!
The divine service will take place at the famous Vienna Concert Hall, which offers seating for some 2,000 attendees. The Chief Apostle will serve in German and be translated into English phrase by phrase. The signal recorded in Vienna will then travel by satellite to Germany, to Neu-Isenburg, near Frankfurt am Main. There, in the studios of the Bischoff Verlag in Frankfurt, interpreters will stand ready to pass the message along in a total of 22 languages and transmit it further via stream to Malaysia.
Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Easter, again we celebrate high-feasts of Christianity. Such days should not be lived through without reflection on their meaning. We remember the high light of the life of Jesus. Our thoughts are directed to His entrance into Jerusalem and visit at the temple where He made a clear statement. The victory of Jesus Christ over evil and His resurrection is essential for our own resurrection day. Continue reading