Our First Century 1916 - 2016

The Apostolic Church - Hereford

The City of Hereford is famous for a number of things – Bulmer’s Cider, Hereford Cattle, Nell Gwynne, its Cathedral which is also the home of the Mappa Mundi and a world famous chain library and sorry all you Newcastle supporters, who can forget the moment when Hereford United still a non-league side beat the Magpies in the FA Cup in January 1972, but there is another important fact about this city and it is this – it is probably the home of the very first Apostolic Church in the modern history of Christianity in the United Kingdom!

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The Apostolic Church - Walthamstow

HISTORY OF THE APOSTOLIC CHURCH, WALTHAMSTOW INTRODUCTION:

It all began with a revelation from God to our great leader; a man of vision, inspiration and full of the spirit of God –Pastor David Perry. The Lord led him to introduce the concept of cell churches and house groups in the Kennington Assembly. In early June 1983, he approached me to start and lead the Walthamstow Cell Church as the first Leading Elder.

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Kidwelly

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Joy Griffiths (pictured with her family) writes here about beginnings of the Apostolic church in Kidwelly, where she serves as a deacon.

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