CHURCH … BUT NOT AS YOU KNOW IT!
- WHERE: All Souls Clubhouse , 141 Cleveland street, LONDON W1T 6QG (When you arrive at the front door, phone 07973 147494 or 07885 941848 and we will come down and let you in)
- WHEN: Friday May 18th 6:30pm-9:30pm (come when you can)
- COST: Free
"Thank you so much for stepping out in faith and organising the Moedim at All Souls clubhouse on 16th March. I was very inspired by the teaching and have noticed a break through in openings to talk about the Jewish roots of our Christian faith since then" Joanna
"The Moedim monthly Meeting in Central London is exactly what I'd longed for, as it offers a wonderful opportunity of further learning and to share ones faith in an understanding environment." Joy
There is currently a growing thirst among Christians to feed from the ancient roots of the faith, without being strangled by them. Yet this can be a confusing search, with often many detours, some leading to strange places. Where can one go to find out more?
We believe that Moedim is such a place. Why? Because you can trust us. This is an initiative of the Saltshakers Web Community (www.saltshakers.com) and is led by Richard Teideman and Steve Maltz, who together have decades of experience of leading sincere Christians into valid Hebraic expressions of their faith.
- WHAT IS IT?
As a group of believers, we want to gather at the beginning of each month to set ourselves apart, celebrate Jesus and enjoy all the good things He has done. BUT also to seek Him for all the things that He is going to do in the coming month.
Each evening will provide a time to think seriously about your function in the Body of Christ. There will be prayer, there will be worship, there will be teaching. But there will be more, there will be opportunities for expression and freedom, all in a friendly collaborative atmosphere. In other words, Church …. But NOT as you know it!
- AND WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
Why is this night different from all other nights? The first difference is hinted at by our title, Moedim, Hebrew for ‘appointed times’. We will be meeting according to the Hebrew, lunar, calendar, the Biblical calendar, so we will meet at the beginning of the lunar (Hebrew) month rather than the solar (secular) month. Is this a big deal? No. It’s really as simple as saying, our calendar is fine – but there’s also an arguably more Biblical calendar. What would God think if we enjoyed Him at key dates in this calendar instead? There must be a reason why God told the people of the Bible to obey these dates in certain ways.
The other difference is that our evenings will follow the Hebraic, rather than the Greek, tradition …. What does that mean? Well, you’ll just have to come and find out …
For more information: Richard Teideman 07973 147494 firstname.lastname@example.org