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  The following two Sundays share the theme of “Living in the nearness of God”. Recognition and profession, which were the focus of the first two Sundays, are to urge us to a life with God. A life in the nearness of God is something for which human beings will always need to strive. Although God grants His nearness unconditionally,…
Chief Apostle Leber will conduct a divine service in St. Louis, Missouri on Sunday, April 14, 2013 at 11:00 am local time. The service will take place at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel. Unlike previous Chief Apostle services, this service WILL NOT be transmitted live to congregations in the United States. However, a video of the service will be made…
The first two Sundays in January share the theme of “Recognizing salvation”.   The first Sunday service of the new year is scheduled for 6 January, which is also the feast of Epiphany. It is on this day that many Christians once again expressly commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, the manifestation (epiphany) of God among mankind. The recognition that…
The new church year begins on the first Sunday of Advent. At the same time, something new will begin with this last series of Divine Services for the year 2012. From now on, each month will come with a foreword intended to help create a deeper understanding of the common theme that links the various divine services.
The Retail Connect program is a great way to save on contracted items at your local OfficeMax. It's not a generic discount card that applies a percentage discount to every item in the store. Rather, it provides discounted pricing for certain items that are on contract between OfficeMax and the New Apostolic Church. See your rector for the current list of…
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  • Bearing good fruit | Week of October 14th
    Mathew 13:24-26, Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field; but while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat and went his way. But when the grain had sprouted and produced a crop, then the tares also appeared.”