New Apostolic Church USA

re Charitable Ministry

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re Charitable Ministry is the next evolutionary step in the humanitarian work of the New Apostolic Church USA. Our new entity reflects the tradition of the past and our vision for the future. 

People are moved by the devastation caused by wars, the suffering caused by disease, the pain of poverty, and the catastrophe left in the wake of natural disasters. But what is the Christian response to such things? A simple prayer? Compassion without action? A financial gift?

We desire to turn the call of Jesus to love our neighbors into real world service. Jesus Christ was the perfect example of how to serve people. From His example we commit to:

Recognize: We recognize that every person is created in the image of God. Because of this realization we recognize the need to create a relationship with the people we serve in order to determine their need and work to serve them effectively.

Respond: Jesus came to “proclaim good news…bind up the brokenhearted…proclaim freedom…and comfort all who mourn.” (Isaiah 61:1-3) We respond to His call to serve in the same way.

Relieve and Restore: We strive to relieve people’s physical needs and work to restore and strengthen people spiritually.

Renew: As we work to relieve and restore people, the result is a reciprocal faith, hope and feeling of excitement. This work brings us to new perspectives and a renewed relationship with Christ.

To learn more, please click on the menus to the right to explore our history, our 3 focus areas, or to donate. For the most current information, please check out our Facebook page and "Like" us to receive updates. 

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