National Catholic Apostolic Church in the United States is a member of the International Council of Community Churches (ICCC), a post-denominational movement that witnesses and works for Christian unity and the reconciliation of human society. The Council is an international, intercultural, interracial, and inclusive fellowship of churches and ministry centers that seeks
· To be faithful to the prayer of Jesus Christ that "they may all be one;"
· To witness to the inclusive love of God that overcomes all divisions;
· To love and serve God, God's people, and God's creation;
· To seek and share the truth;
· To build toward a new world of peace;
· To affirm individual freedom of conscience;
· To affirm communities of justice, mercy, and love; and
· To be an integral partner in the worldwide ecumenical movement.
The ICCC is a member of the National Council of Churches, the World Council of Churches and the Churches Uniting in Christ (CUIC). Through these conciliar bodies, the Council witnesses and works for Christian unity. ICCC churches and centers are given a national and international voice in bodies which seek to shape the Church and human society.