Category: Assembly Startup

Sin Relationship, Biblical Definition of Sin: “Transgression of the law” losing rewards RM 8-3-91

This one Bible verse can save Theologians 20 years of Bible school:   1John 3:4 “Sin is the transgression of the law.” 70% of His law is only nationally applicable.  He commanded us “pray His kingdom come on earth” and “seek first His Kingdom”, and “the Saints of the most high will take the kingdom […]

ANNOUNCEMENT: Late Bp Pastor Leroy Crouch Teachings going online

Messages are now on youtube: Pastor Leroy Crouch, Restoration Ministries Youtube Playlist   A great thanks to our Associate Minister Rev Jeff Smith, House of Joseph Ministries, who was most hospitable receiving me at his Republic of Texas office. On Sabbath I did successfully receive the relics our our late and great Bishop Pastor Leroy […]

Biblical Artwork Is Commanded By God For Churches (Orthodox answer for the doubting Toms)

For all of our doubting Toms / Protestant friends out there, we want you to know the facts about Biblical artwork. Most Orthodox theologians have not given you any answers but left you out in the cold. This is a first effort in history by the canonical Orthodox Church of the Culdees. Finally Protestants now […]

Feast of Tabernacles Day 1 High Holy Day, Lectionary Reflection, Dr. Stephen Michael, Primace OCC

Today’s High Holy Day Main Lectionary Reflection, Dr. Stephen Michael, Primace OCC Lectionary Text this great feast of Tabernacles at the ancient Piast strongholds of my family and of our True Israel Christendom nation(EMPIRE, multiple confederated states). We climax on the day of fire which is November 1st (a day celebrated by all Poles to […]

DAILY AGREEMENT POWER: The Daily Shama Prayer, a Celtic Orthodox and Biblical Divine Liturgical Prayer of True Israel Christendom

This great Biblical Temple Prayer (New Testament and Old Testament) is called “the Shama”, and it, or it’s equivalent, is daily chanted in all Christian Orthodox circles. Some do it twice, some three times per day. It is a time of reflecting on the #1 commandment and the #2 commandment. It is personal remembrance with […]

Restoring the Celtic Embassy, Phase 1 “Restore the British Israel Library”

FUND OUR CHARITABLE CAUSE. The OCC is collecting funds for Phase 1 of 3, in the plan to RESTORE THE CELTIC EMBASSY (Glastonbury). This is the best protection for the Celtic minority people, and those of common Christian cultural origin. Until the time of Henry VIII Glastonbury was respected as a civil and religious place of […]

About Us

The Orthodox Church of the Culdees (OCC) operates as a free religious association in the United States of America and abroad. + Advancement of the Orthodox Christian Religion that is rooted in the Hebrew faith and identity brought to Western Christian nations by the Apostles in the First Century. + Restoring and preserving the libraries […]

Guaranteed Saturday AND Sunday Are BOTH Celebration Days For Christ’s Resurrection!

On Saturday 3PM (or before sunset) the Resurrection of our King Yahshua had occurred on the Hebrew (and Apostles’ Didascalia) Calendar as used in the Orthodox Church.  Both days are also celebrated in the Orthodox Church of the Culdees!  As a day is 24 hours, it behooves us to celebrate His Ressurection on the Saturday […]

Holy Land Pilgrimage Crusade Festival, Priory of Salem

EVENT INVITATION Come Obey the National and Personal Commandment to Attend Israel’s Holy Pilgrimage Festival This April! Join us at Jerusalem. Special invitees will be knighted at these events.   Standing as our forefathers of every Christian nation of the world, our parents and grandparents generation that had boldly and in the mainstream universities proclaimed our […]

Polish Translation (tłumaczenie) of Article “the Shama, a Prayer of Christendom…”

Polish translation of the article “Liturgical BCP Prayer, “THE SHAMA” A Prayer of Christendom and of the Culdees“ SHAMA Modlitwa Shama jest używana w naszej najstarszej liturgii Chrześcijańsliej Kuldów, a dzisiaj można ją znaleźć w Anglikańskim Modlitewniku Poszechnym, używanym również przez Kościół Rzymsko-Katolicki jako część Eucharystii, kiedy recytuje 10 Przykazań. Niektóre wersje Modlitewnika, jak np. […]

Succession of Our Book of Common Prayer, Our Primary Liturgy

How the Orthodox English Liturgy (the Book of Common Prayer) has come to us.  We keep the Book of Common Prayer as a central part of our liturgy together with the *TRUE Hebrew feast services as handed down within the Orthodox Church of the Culdees. These festivals are lightly highlighted in the mainstream version. The Foreward in […]

Stages and Categories of church members

Stages and Categories of church members   *Inquirers* (Those who may be pagan or non-believers who are visitors, and are not allowed to partake of the Sacraments.) *Catechumens* (Christians who confess they believe, and are new to the conversion process. They’re learning instruction and showing they are fully willing to do it. As they are […]

The Historic Celtic Church and Today’s Orthodox Church of the Culdees

The Celtic Church is a subject of much intrigue around the world. We have Saint Patrick and Saint Columba, and even Christ’s Uncle Joseph of Arimathea, and other first Century Saints who led Britain, like St. Aristobulus, St. Andrew, St. Paul, and St. Philip [some of the most ancient forefathers of the Celtic Orthodox Church]. […]

Happy Trumpets Feast 2015

Happy Trumpets Feast 2015. Today starts the ten days of awe we rehearse every year (ending in atonement, AKA the great and terrible day of YAHWEH, the day of His wrath) Now is an alarm day, YAHWEH fulfills it and works it every year. It’s a day of new beginnings! http://biblicalcalendar.org http://christsassembly.com/2015/09/assemblies/ Hoping everyone has […]

The Didache – Accepted by TCAWW, the Culdee, and greater fellowship of churches.

The Didache was written in the First Century and is part of the Orthodox Canon. The Didache is accepted by our church, the Culdee, and greater fellowship of churches. Note Chapter 14 on Assembly, in the original Greek text it does NOT use the word “day” but says “Lord’s way”. The Lord’s way is more appropriate […]