Some leaders of the Apostolic Church in Europe recently met in Brussels and commenced the process of praying for an expansion of the church throughout Europe. Leaders came with an agenda for growth and to see greater influence for the Gospel in the nations of Europe, once a place where Christian thought and learning abounded, now a place with one of the lowest church participations rates in the western world.
The Apostolic Church, itself born out of revival, seeks to play its part among other churches as ‘salt and light’, winning souls to Christ and planting churches in places where there is little or no Christian presence.
The leaders and people of the Apostolic Church in the United Kingdom extend condolences and sympathy to those affected by the terror attack in London, this past weekend.
This was an act of appalling wickedness which cannot be condoned. We pray that the God of comfort will extend his love and care to all who grieve at this time and that the wounded would experience a speedy recovery.
The leaders and people of the Apostolic Church in the United Kingdom extend condolences and sympathy to those affected by the terror attack at the Manchester Arena.
Like all peace loving people, we deplore such a mindless attack intended to harm children, young people and families. We pray that the God of comfort will extend his love and care to all who grieve at this time.
A declaration of unity was introduced at the recent Spring Harvest celebrations. The declaration is based on John 17.21 where Jesus prayed ‘I pray that they will all be one, just as you and I are one—as you are in me, Father, and I am in you. And may they be in us so that the world will believe you sent me.’
It is expected that during the 2017 festival season, more than 100,000 Christians will use 17:21 to reaffirm their commitment to unity.