Anabaptist Network Frequently Asked Questions

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How can I join?

The Network has no formal membership, nor does it cost anything to join (although as a voluntary organisation we welcome donations to help cover costs). You can join the Network by contacting us by letter, phone, fax or E-mail:

14 Shepherds Hill
London, N6 5AQ
Tel: 020 8340 8775
FAX: 020 8341 6807

As a member of the Network, you will receive regular newsletters and information about events, publications and activities that may be of interest to you.

How can I receive Anabaptism Today?

'You can receive a complimentary copy of the journal Anabaptism Today by contacting the distribution address or ticking the box on the response form. This journal was published three times a year between 1992 and 2004 - 37 copies in total. Copies of all issues and an index of subjects are available and can be purchased from the same address.'

How can I become more involved?

For some of our members, busy with local church commitments and involved in many other organisations, this is enough. And we have no desire to multiply meetings or to build an institution that places demands on people. We are concerned primarily to be a resource network.

For those who want to become more actively involved, there are several ways of doing this:

• You can join a local study group if there is one in your area. If you tick the box on the response form, the nearest group convenor will contact you. Or you can contact the convenor yourself using the details on the Contacts Page.

• If there is no local group, you might start one!

• You can (if you have appropriate qualifications) undertake serious study of Anabaptism by signing up for the Open Learning module on 'Anabaptism and Mission' offered by Spurgeon's College or enrolling in their MTh course in 'Radical Free Church Movements'.

• You can find out more about some of the organisations we have links with by contacting them directly: Urban Expression (urban church planting), Workshop (discipleship training course), Ekklesia (theology think-tank), London Mennonite Centre (resource centre, mediation, etc.), SPEAK (campaigning for justice). Or you can sign up for the regular Root and Branch emails that carry news from these organisations.

• You can offer occasional or regular financial support to the Network. Please contact us for further information.

For more information about any of these options or for any other enquiries, please use our contact form.