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  Encyclopedia: Apostolic Christian Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Apostolic Christian Church is a religious body in the United States and Canada that originates from the anabaptist movement.
The first American church was formed in Lewis County, New York in 1847 by Benedict Weyeneth (1819-1887), who had been sent by Froehlich at the request of Joseph Virkler, a Lewis County Mennonite farmer.
Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarean) of Woodcliff Lake, NJ
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Apostolic-Christian-Church   (976 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church
While the church is engaged in a multitude of charitable activities to help the poor and needy, its most accurate description rests in its devotion to the Word of God and its ongoing commitment to the glorious cause of Christ.
Apostolic Christians believe that the church is Christ's body, and that Christ is the head (Eph.
The church body recognizes Christ as the head of the church, firstborn among the brethren, and the chief cornerstone.
www.bibleviews.com /AC.html   (4959 words)

 The Village of Princeville, Illinois
Located near the church were horse sheds which housed the horses that pulled the buggies to church.
The physical aspects of the church included open-back benches, plain wooden floors with runners in the aisles, and four coal stoves that were often replenished during the worship service.
Seventeen members who were baptized in the country church and also attended the church built in 1920-1921, were able to worship in the new church (their third).
www.princeville.org /apostolic.htm   (1073 words)

The Patriarch and Pope of the Church of Alexandria;
the Patriarch of the Church of Jerusalem; the Patriarch of the Church of Antioch; the Patriarch of the Church of Constantinople; the Pope of the Church of Rome.
All of the Patriarchates constitute the leadership of the Eastern Catholic Church that is known as the Eastern Orthodox Church.
www.new-byzantium.org /Apstlc.Chrch.htm   (2386 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Apostolic Christian Discussion - It's designed for Apostolic Christian conversation/fellowship, to build each other up, ask opinions/questions, keep updated, discuss evangelism, theology, church issues, announcements, and prayer requests, and discuss current events.
Apostolic Christian Church Old Cemetery - Cemetery records from the old cemetery located west of the Roanoke, Illinois, Apostolic Christian church.
Apostolic Christian Counseling Services - Primarily for members of the Apostolic Christian Church, offers information leaflets and books, as well as a referal service and counseling centre located in Morton, Illinois, USA.
www.findly.com /apostolic-christian-church.htm   (412 words)

 apostolicchristianchurch.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Apostolic Christian Church traces its roots to Switzerland.
ACDiscussion was created and is intended to be utilized for the brethren within the Apostolic Christian Church denominations, friends of the truth, as well as for all who want to find out about us, and to the world at large, especially those that do not know the Lord Jesus Christ yet.
Apostolic Christian Church Resources - A brief overview of history and beliefs.
www.apostolicchristianchurch.com   (914 words)

 Apostolic Christian Discussion @ www.ezboard.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
To be used for postings that especially build up and encourage those that are within the Apostolic Christian Churches.
To be used by people who have specific questions about who the Apostolic Christian Church denominations are, what we believe, and where we are located.
To be used for postings that have to do with specific and particular issues and concerns that have to do with the Apostolic Christian Churches.
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 Geometry.Net - Religion: Apostolic Christian Church
The apostolic christian church found a presence in America in1847, when a church was organized in Lewis County, New York.
Apostolic Christian Publishing was founded in the 1920’s by the late Elder Brother Philip N. Braun, of Syracuse, NY.
It is dedicated to the purpose of disseminating throughout the brotherhood of the Apostolic Christian Church, and to the world at large, writings and other materials of spiritual value that portray the Biblical truths of salvation and living a holy, sanctified life in Jesus Christ.
www.geometry.net /religion/apostolic_christian_church.php   (1739 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church Nazarean in Society > Religion and Spirituality > Christianity   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
An orphanage in southern Brazil, a ministry of the Apostolic Christian Church Nazarean (ACCN).
Church in Fairlawn, Ohio, with Apostolic Christian roots.
A community centered church in Akron, Ohio, with Apostolic Christian (Nazarean) roots, formerly known as North Akron and Vesper Lake.
www.ilectric.com /glance/Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Christianity/Denominations/Anabaptist/Apostolic_Christian_Church/Apostolic_Christian_Church_-_Nazarean   (308 words)

 Apostolic Christian Cemetery - Kossuth County, Iowa
The Apostolic Christian Cemetery is located ½ mile south of the church on 20th Ave.
Apostolic Christian Cemetery is an active, well kept church cemetery, in excellent condition, owned by the Apostolic Christian Church.
I walked, recorded, and verified this cemetery in the Spring of 2002, recording of the first burial was in 1887.
www.interment.net /data/us/ia/kossuth/apostolic/christian.htm   (568 words)

 Greater Augusta Apostolic Church - Why We Baptize in Jesus' Name
Christian water baptism is an ordinance instituted by Jesus Christ.
To this apostle, God revealed the mystery of the church, "which in other ages was not made known unto the sons of men, as it now revealed unto his holy apostles and prophets by the Spirit" (Ephesians 3:5).
The church is "built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone" (Ephesians 2:20).
www.apostolicministries.net /waterbaptism.php   (1907 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church of America
The Apostolic Christian Church believes in the infallibility of the Bible, and it is founded on faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
The purpose of the church is to teach the Gospel message of salvation, to nurture the believer, to preserve sound doctrine and to serve others in the likeness of Christ.
The church diligently applies New Testament standards to everyday life and worship, and it practices a deep reverence toward God.
www.apostolicchristian.org   (311 words)

 Central European University
The issue of Church and state relations in multiethnic Communist ruled Yugoslavia had a particularly significant importance because of the traditionally close identification of national and religious allegiance among Yugoslav peoples, for whom religion is not simply a matter of one's personal faith but also a badge of national identity.
The relations with churches in post World War II Yugoslavia had been embittered ever since the creation of new social and political order which used all means to strengthen its power, on the expense of previous elites, which included the hierarchies of major confessions.
Point 18 of the doctrine of the Apostolic Christian Church in America says: We believe that a veil or head covering is to be worn by sisters in the Lord during prayer and worship as a symbol of their submission according to God's order of creation.
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 Apostolic Christian Church Info Center, Recommended Books And Internet Links
Church Discipline: Missing The Mark The decline of the practice of church discipline in most denominations over the last century and why it should be reinstituted.
Apostolic Christian Church Cemetery, LaPorte County, Indiana Records of veterans buried in the LaCrosse, Indiana church cemetery.
Apostolic Christian Church Cemetery, Lewis County, New York Pictures of the Apostolic Christian cemetery in Lewis County cemetery.
www.apostolicchristianchurch.org /Pages/Links.htm   (2960 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church - Submission to Spiritual Authority
Paul speaks to churches, which succumb to human authority, and gives examples such as, "they command believers not to marry and order them to abstain from certain meats" (1Tim4:3).
They promise the church a reward for submitting to rules, touch not, taste not, handle not; which have a visual appearance of humility and humbleness, so others will see, but Paul calls it self-willed worship brought about by the doctrines of men (Col.2:18-23).
Consequently, if the Christian has too much understanding to turn back to useless religion; if he won't be swayed by counsel or force, they disregard him as a brother.
www.angelfire.com /bc/4me/Apostolic_Christian_Concern.html   (2659 words)

 Adam J. Barrone
My interest in the genealogy of the Apostolic Christian families stems from my research of the Strahm and Gerber families which immigrated from Langnau i.E., Switzerland in 1851 and settled in in Adams and Wells Counties, Indiana about 1853.
These families were involved in the early beginnings of the Apostolic Christian Church one mile north of Vera Cruz, Indiana (referred to as the Bluffton or Bluffton East Apostolic Christian Church).
As communication between the churches have improved with the general improvements in transportation since the early 1900s, and as members have seen the need to marry outside of their extended families (but still within the church, of course), many marriages have occurred between members of different congregations.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~barrone/apostolic.htm   (385 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church of America   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Apostolic Christian Genealogy - Genealogies of families associated with the Apostolic Christian Church of America.
Apostolic Christian Church Old Cemetery - The old cemetery is located west of the church.
Apostolic Christian Church Foundation - Non-profit organization of the Apostolic Christian Church of America.
www.themaindirectory.com /Society/ReligionandSpirituality/Christianity/Denominations/Anabaptist/ApostolicChristianChurch/ApostolicChristianChurchofAmerica   (186 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In the years between 1868 and 1890, a number of families of the Apostolic Christian faith came to the community of West Bend, where some of them received Patent Land Grants from the U.S. Government on unbroken prairie land.
The Apostolic Christian Church Parishioners met in their homes for worship until about 1898, when a small frame church (24x40), was built on the present site, at a cost of about $600.
In the fall of 1964, it was decided to build a new church; construction was started in the spring of 1965 and completed for services on April 17, 1966.
www.rootsweb.com /~cemetery/iowa/cemeteries/apostolichistory.htm   (607 words)

 Sabbatarianism Re-Examined - The Life Situation of the Apostolic Church
The Christian church is a dynamic, charismatic, pilgrim community which is given great freedom to adjust its institutions and its mode of worship to suits its historical and cultural context.
Furthermore, the Jerusalem church and its leaders fled to Pella in A.D. 66 to escape the predicted catastrophe on Jerusalem in A.D. This meant that the Jerusalem church had to function as a church in exile.
In short, heretical Jewish Christianity was a form of stunted, underdeveloped Christianity, rigid and unfitted to be the mouthpiece of the gospel in a new age.
www.quango.net /brinsmead/Chap02.htm   (4435 words)

 The Observer | Comment | We should not fear religion
The Christian churches in this country are desperately struggling to find new, non-institutional expressions of Christian faith and community, and are having some success.
With people now related to their interest groups rather than their geographical area, being part of networks rather than communities, the Christian churches need to find new ways of being in contact with such networks and finding appropriate, fresh expressions of Christian togetherness.
Christianity is shaped by the conviction that the eternal wisdom and divine word that is in and through all things, took shape in a particular human life, at a particular time.
www.guardian.co.uk /Observer/comment/story/0,6903,1376825,00.html   (1290 words)

 Doctrine of The Apostolic Church
It is part of entering into the kingdom of God (God's church, the bride of Christ), and therefore, it is not merely a part of local church membership.
The apostles understood that Jesus was the name to use at baptism, and from the day that the church of God was established (the Day of Pentecost) until the end of their ministry, they baptized all nations (Jews--Acts 8:16; Gentiles--Acts 19:5) in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.
In church meetings the gift of tongues is used to give a public message, and it is to be interpreted.
www.apostolicchurch.org /doctrine.html   (2909 words)

 The Apostolic Christian Church Information Center
This Ap-ostolic Christian Church website was created to supplement the official website, providing detailed and accurate information about the history, beliefs and practices of the Apostolic Christian Church.
Unlike most other unofficial A.C.C. websites, this website was created by those who love their church and what it stands for.
The Apostolic Christian Church was founded nearly 200 years ago, however, the core beliefs of this faith can be traced back to the Swiss Reformation in the 1500's and ultimately straight back to the Bible.
www.apostolicchristianchurch.org   (785 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
The origins of the Apostolic Christian Church are found in the dramatic conversion experience of Samuel Heinrich Froehlich¹ (1803-1857) of Switzerland.
Beliefs include salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ; water baptism by immersion; closed communion with bread & fruit of the vine; the holy kiss; Christian head covering for women; sanctification; and moderation in attire.
There has been a great deal of cultural variation, and many of the distinctives mentioned here vary from congregation to congregation and also vary between the various divisions of this diverse group.
www.music.us /education/A/Apostolic-Christian-Church.htm   (794 words)

 Apostolic Christian Church - Nazarean   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Apostalic Christian Church of Richmond Virginia - (Nazarean)
Akron Area Apostolic Christian Churches - (Nazarean) This page has been created to allow the curious and the seeking to find out About the Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarean), what We Believe, and to share in our Fellowship.
Twelve Oaks Church - Peoria,IL - (Nazarean) To bring people to Jesus and membership in His family, develop them to Christlike maturity, and equip them for their ministry in the church and life mission in the world, in order to magnify God's name.
www.topiasearch.com /Society/ReligionandSpirituality/Christianity/Denominations/Anabaptist/ApostolicChristianChurch/ApostolicChristianChurch-Nazarean   (168 words)

 Home - Apostolic Christian Church - Praise the Lord!
The Apostolic Christian Church is apart of the P.A.W (Pentecostal Assemblies of the World).
This is an international organization and conventions are held every March and July.We also belong to the Ohio District Council.
The Apostolic Christain Church is in the Southeast Region.
www.angelfire.com /mac2/acc   (202 words)

 The Possibility of Falling From Grace
A very deceptive and dangerous doctrine that is supported by many professing Christians is the concept that is referred to as eternal security or once saved always saved.
In spite of the seriousness and frequency of the warning in the Holy Scriptures that those who have become followers of Christ would return to sin and lose their salvation, there is no need for a child of God to despair.
To each of the seven churches that are addressed in Revelation, a promise of a secure eternity was made to those that overcome and remain faithful.
www.bibleviews.com /falling.html   (1188 words)

 World Religions Religion Statistics Geography Church Statistics
There are faith groups, churches and philosophies which are NOT listed here, especially smaller groups outside the U.S. Broad philosophies and movements not defined by organized religious bodies are, of course, more difficult to obtain statistics for.
The database has thousands of broad classifications, religions, branches, individual churches, etc., and most people fit under multiple labels, but no individual can be completely categorized by any of these labels.
Assyrian Church of the East: 300,000 (28 recs.)
www.adherents.com   (1045 words)

 Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Listen, Learn, and Share - Learn more about the major feasts of the church, listen to hymns of the feast, and share these with your family and friends through Iconograms.
Holy Unction - The Orthodox Church has always viewed body and soul as inseparable, and for that reason has stressed the necessity for preserving both in good health.
The Sacrament of the Holy Unction is an enduring sacrament of faith for healing the sick and forgiving sins, with the most familiar celebration of the sacrament on Great Wednesday of Holy Week.
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 .: Apostolic Network Ministries :.
Please donate whatever you can to the efforts to succor the people who have been left destitute by this disaster.
This forum is created to give Apostolic Ministers a place to communicate freely and privately on issues of import and interest with brethren of like precious faith.
Apostolic Network Ministries has been a provider of quality internet services since 1998.
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