Thinking of getting involved?
Moot as a Christian spiritual community welcomes people to become new participants. There are lots of different ways of getting involved in our life with our new home at the Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary. About every quarter we hold a ‘meet the mooters’ tea for people to come and hear what we are trying to do, and to answer any questions or queries people have. If you are interested in attending the next one of these gatherings, email us here .
We suggest to people interested in getting involved to come along to our regular events during the week and sunday services. There is quite a lot going on, a bit like a menu where you only eat certain things, so we encourage new people to come to events and services that seem relevant to where you are in your spiritual journey.
Formal recognition of being a participant in the moot community happens when you sign up to our electoral roll that enables you to vote and take part in our democratic governance system. We do encourage everyone who considers Moot to be their or one of their spiritual homes by setting up regular financial support, as all our activities are self-funding. Formal participation is also marked by committing to our new monastic aspirations and spiritual practices of our Moot Rhythm of Life that happens once a year around Easter time before some representative of the wider Church.
If you require any further information, or would like to meet up with Ian our Moot Priest or a member of the core team to discuss any of this further, please email here.
Once you become a full participant to the Moot Community, you will be able to access all areas of this website which gives more information about participation in what we do. If you are just starting out, we suggest you register with this website at the top, so that you can receive regular emailed or mobile phone texts about our activities and other information.