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Mar
29
Fri
Weekend with Richard Harvey
Mar 29 @ 8:00 pm – Mar 31 @ 2:30 pm

Weekend with Richard Harvey

Join us for a weekend of teaching, prayer and reflection on the theme “Jewish Feasts and their Significance“.

Richard has spoken in community previously at a Friday Night Fellowship Meeting and a  Men’s Day.  

The programme for the weekend is here: RichardHarveyProgramme.  Please also see this flyer if you would like to help advertise the weekend: RichardHarvey 29-31Mar19.pdf Friday night flyer.

There is no need to book for the Friday night (just come along) but if you would like to book in for Saturday, or the whole weekend, the contributions are as follows:

  • For the weekend (from Friday evening meal till Sunday after lunch) – £120 per person
  • For Saturday only – £25 for the day

To book, please download, print, complete, and send us our booking form – downloadable here either as pdf or Word.   Or please Contact Us with any questions.

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Richard Harvey is a UK based-Jewish believer in Jesus (Yeshua) who has served with the Church’s Ministry among the Jewish people (CMJ) and as UK Director of Jews for Jesus. He became a believer in Jesus in 1974 from a Liberal Jewish background. His and his wife’s story are told in “But I’m Jewish!”

In 1997 he joined the staff of All Nations Christian College, and left there in 2011 to become Senior Researcher with Jews for Jesus. His work involves writing and researching Messianic Jewish Theology, and also teaching, training and mentoring in the UK, Israel and worldwide. In 2013 he presented a paper at the World Congress of Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem on the subject of Messianic Jews, and gave a Bible reading at the Lausanne Global Leaders Forum, Bangalore, India. He is presently working on books on Martin Luther and the Jews, a systematic theology of Messianic  Judaism, and an introduction to Supersessionism. His blog “On this day in Messianic Jewish history” traces the experiences of Jewish believers in Jesus from the days of the early church up to the present.

More information may be found on Richard’s website www.mmjt.eu

 

 

Apr
5
Fri
No meeting on Friday 5th April
Apr 5 all-day

There will be no Friday Night Fellowship Meeting on Friday 5th April

Join us for a special public meeting on the 2nd Friday in April (to be announced soon) or later in the year.  See our Calendar of Events

Apr
6
Sat
Men’s Prayer Breakfast
Apr 6 @ 8:30 am

We welcome men to join us for a men’s breakfast followed by praise and worship, praying for each other and intercession as the Lord leads us.  

For more see Men’s Days

Apr
12
Fri
April 2nd Friday invited speaker – Dr Iman Riad
Apr 12 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

We have a special Fellowship Meeting for April on the Second Friday, 12 April 2019.  (There is no First Friday meeting the week before.)

We welcome guest speaker Dr Iman Riad.

Please come and join us as we seek the Lord together.  The evening concludes at 10pm with refreshments.

See the Calendar of Events for Friday night speakers on other dates this year.

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Dr Iman Riad is a consultant gynaecologist in London. She was born in Cairo, Egypt in a Christian family with an orthodox background.

Her journey with the Lord started from the age of 12 years, even earlier. Since then, the Lord took her through a journey of special discipleship with ecumenical exposure and ministry where both, Eastern and Western Christianity, were being closely knitted together within her.

The journey went through: Orthodox upbringing in family and church services, Evangelical Sunday school, Catholic education, YWAM DTS, a large ecumenical ministry in Egypt, then ultimately being led into the discovery of the wells of the rich inheritance of the Early Church of the first 4 centuries when the church was one and before any of its divisions.

Iman came to the UK in 1993, for specialising as a gynaecologist, but God had other plans! God opened doors to share the Early Church teaching and life to western groups and churches, both in UK, Europe and elsewhere.

However since 2007, there was a deep desire and concern regarding digging the special wells of the U.K.’s spiritual inheritance. Along with prayers, a research was carried out. This included researching available material, visiting the spiritual landmarks of this land together with compiling a presentation covering the timeline and the spiritual genetic constitution “DNA” of the U.K.’s spiritual inheritance and how it could be restored at our present time.

Iman is single and is part of a wider community of married couples and singles. She has a heart for the Early Church inheritance , community life, and supporting those who wish to remain Single for Christ. She continues the journey that God has led her in, sharing the teaching, providing mentoring and leading small groups and discipleship schools.

May
4
Sat
Men’s Prayer Breakfast
May 4 @ 8:30 am

We welcome men to join us for a men’s breakfast followed by praise and worship, praying for each other and intercession as the Lord leads us.  

For more see Men’s Days

May
18
Sat
Stillness – Quiet Day
May 18 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

“Come to me…and I will give you rest”

(Matthew 11 v 28)

 

A day to be still in the presence of God with scripture based reflections and prayer, led by Margaret Wade.

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact us by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Seasons” Quiet Days this year, see Stillness – Quiet Days

Jun
1
Sat
Men’s Prayer Breakfast
Jun 1 @ 8:30 am

We welcome men to join us for a men’s breakfast followed by praise and worship, praying for each other and intercession as the Lord leads us.  

For more see Men’s Days

Jun
15
Sat
Men’s Day – “Holding the High Ground”
Jun 15 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Men's Day - "Holding the High Ground"

Who shall go up to the Mountain of the Lord?
Who shall take a stand in his Holy Place? (Psalm 24 v 3)

For it is not against human enemies that we have to struggle (Ephesians 6 v 12)

The theme of this Men’s Day (and for 2 others this year) is  “Holding the High Ground” 

Testimonies by committed men about their experience of “battling … with a single aim, for the purposes of the Gospel” (Phillippians 1 v 27):

Speakers: TBC

We welcome men to a Men’s day beginning with tea/coffee at 10.  Lunch is included (contributions toward the cost are invited if you can manage).  The day will finish with drinks around 4pm.

Jul
6
Sat
Men’s Prayer Breakfast
Jul 6 @ 8:30 am

We welcome men to join us for a men’s breakfast followed by praise and worship, praying for each other and intercession as the Lord leads us.  

For more see Men’s Days

Jul
20
Sat
Stillness – Quiet Day
Jul 20 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

“Come to me…and I will give you rest”

(Matthew 11 v 28)

 

A day to be still in the presence of God with scripture based reflections and prayer, led by Margaret Wade.

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact us by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Seasons” Quiet Days this year, see Stillness – Quiet Days

Aug
3
Sat
Men’s Prayer Breakfast
Aug 3 @ 8:30 am

We welcome men to join us for a men’s breakfast followed by praise and worship, praying for each other and intercession as the Lord leads us.  

For more see Men’s Days

Sep
21
Sat
Stillness – Quiet Day
Sep 21 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

“Come to me…and I will give you rest”

(Matthew 11 v 28)

 

A day to be still in the presence of God with scripture based reflections and prayer, led by Margaret Wade.

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact us by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Seasons” Quiet Days this year, see Stillness – Quiet Days

Sep
28
Sat
The Road to Freedom: Make my word your home
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Road to Freedom – Make my word your home

Approaches to meditating and reflecting on the Scriptures throughout the year, individually and in groups

The sessions will be led by Dr Tom Gorman, PhD

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact us by email or phone – see Contact Us

Oct
5
Sat
Men’s Prayer Breakfast
Oct 5 @ 8:30 am

We welcome men to join us for a men’s breakfast followed by praise and worship, praying for each other and intercession as the Lord leads us.  

For more see Men’s Days

Oct
26
Sat
Men’s Day – “Holding the High Ground”
Oct 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Men's Day - "Holding the High Ground"

Who shall go up to the Mountain of the Lord?
Who shall take a stand in his Holy Place? (Psalm 24 v 3)

For it is not against human enemies that we have to struggle (Ephesians 6 v 12)

The theme of this Men’s Day (and for 2 others this year) is  “Holding the High Ground” 

Testimonies by committed men about their experience of “battling … with a single aim, for the purposes of the Gospel” (Phillippians 1 v 27):

Speakers: TBC

We welcome men to a Men’s day beginning with tea/coffee at 10.  Lunch is included (contributions toward the cost are invited if you can manage).  The day will finish with drinks around 4pm.

Nov
2
Sat
Men’s Prayer Breakfast
Nov 2 @ 8:30 am

We welcome men to join us for a men’s breakfast followed by praise and worship, praying for each other and intercession as the Lord leads us.  

For more see Men’s Days