Weekend with Richard Harvey

When:
29th March 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 31st March 2019 @ 2:30 pm
2019-03-29T20:00:00+00:00
2019-03-31T14:30:00+01:00
Cost:
Donation

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 will be confirmed here shortly.

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) – £110 per person
  • For Saturday only – £20 for a day with lunch, or £25 for a day with lunch and evening meal.

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

 

 

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