Mike Clayton-August 3rd, 2014


WHM is excited to announce that Mike Clayton of Joined to HaShem Ministries will be teaching on the Tabernacle Sunday, August 3rd, 2014.  We will be meeting at the Brasstown Community Center starting at 2pm.

To register for the event click HERE.  

There will be 3 sessions with the first starting at 2pm.

The second starting at 4pm.

The last session starting at 6pm.

In this session, Mike will review key points from the first two sessions, and then everyone will be able to walk through the steps of approaching the Holy of Holies.  This is a very impactful process, and all are encouraged to draw close to our Father.


Times are subject to change.

For the evening session, we are requesting that everyone bring  their own “dinner in a bag” (much like a sack lunch) as there are not any restaurants close by.  We are also requesting that each family bring one extra bag dinner for someone who may have forgotten to bring one.  This will allow us to keep the teaching times close together, and allow everyone to fellowship during our evening break prior to the last session.  Because this is an open invitation event, we are not prepared to have a covered dish type of meal as we do not know how many people will be in attendance.

For more information on Mike Clayton and Joined to HaShem click HERE.




2 thoughts on “Mike Clayton-August 3rd, 2014

  1. I was talking with Brad Scott last weekend and he said he was coming to Brasstown to teach in August. Since Mike Clayton sometimes teaches where Brad teaches I am wondering if you are the group that is having Brad as a guest. Please let me know who you are and what you believe as well as if you are having Brad come to teach here. Todah rabah ! and Shabbat Shalom .. Shoshana ..

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