Did a bit of research, some old-school journalism. Turns out, while the Apostolic Christian Church definitely defines marriage as between one man and one woman, its 17th belief in its Statement of Belief is …

“Governmental authority is respected and obeyed. Members serve in a non-combatant status in the military. Oaths are not taken, but truth is affirmed.”


And the church’s founder, Samuel Froehlich, was a big supporter of the separation of church and state. This belief appears to have been central to his life and spirituality, and he eventually ran afoul of the Swiss Reformed Church, of which he was a Vicar, for questioning the intertwined nature of that church with the state. The church’s leaders eventually dismissed him.