|From the Holy Bible|| |
Go Ye Therefore and Teach all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:
teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world.
The New Apostolic Church in Malta had its begining in the year 1982 when a group of young men and women from the Netherlands,
led by an Evangelist, came and preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the streets, singing in various hospitals and in retirement homes.
On 15th September 1983, the first Holy Sealing (Baptism with the Holy Spirit ) was administered by the District Apostle G. Pos from the Netherlands,
to the first Maltese members.
Since then, a Congregation has been established in Gwardamangia and is now being under the care of the District Apostle Armin Brinkmann
and Apostle Peter Klene of the Netherlands.
Divine Services are held every Sunday at 10.00 a.m in English and in Maltese language and everyone is welcome!
(For Christmas and New Year's Service times, please see news item.)
Church address is: New Apostolic Church - Malta
6 Kennedy Building Flat 1
Triq San Girgor
Pieta' (Gwardamangia) PTA 7105
Tel. No. 2750 9037
Email : email@example.com
Directions to find our Church:
If coming from the north of the island, take the bus direction to Valletta and stop at Msida creek,
cross the road and walk up the hill to the former St. Luke's Hospital, then with the hospital behind you walk in St. Luke's Road three blocks and on the third corner,
turn left in Triq San Girgor, in the middle of the street is our Church Building.
If coming from the South of the island, take the bus going Valletta and stop at the Blata l-Bajda stage. Walk up into High Street in Hamrun(about 200mtrs)
and turn right towards Pietru Xuereb Street direction St. Luke's Hospital, then turn right in St. Luke's Road and its the first turn right again in Triq San Girgor.
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For more information you may contact us by email or telephone number listed above.