A free assembly is a gathering of people who come together for a common purpose without waiving any of their natural rights or giving anyone else the power over their decisions and choices.
Church is translated from the Greek word ekklesia meaning called out. The word “church” appears over 100 times in the New Testament, but never in Mark, Luke or John, and only three times in Matthew. There are more than a dozen Greek words which all can mean an “assembly” with a slight or drastic conceptual difference or inference. The Aramaic words edah, ’esah, qahal, za‘aq or yahad could be translated into the Greek word ekklesia, which we translate into Church, but are often translated congregation or just assembly.
A free congregation or free assembly is established by Elders of families simply by coming together. When they come together for the purposes of Christ according to His way or The Way, then He is there in the midst of them.
When they choose to freely give to one individual for the purposes of Christ, they are making a record individually and together that the individual they chose to give to is functioning as a Minister of Christ. That free grant or offering to him in trust is consecrated to the Lord. It is a Sacred Purpose Trust.
The systems of sacrifice of Christ and Moses and Abraham were to provide for the social welfare of a society in which the people remain free.
It is the covetous means of such systems -- systems which depend upon forced offerings -- which makes the people merchandise.
Do you see the contrast? The people remain as individuals in a free assembly.
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- ↑ Agora  any assembly of the people; Paneguris  a public festal; trugao,  gather in ripe fruits; sustrepho  twist together, to collect, to assemble; sullego [4816 ] gather up or collect; sunathroizo  to gather together with others. assemble; ochlopoieo  collect a crowd; sumbibazo cause to coalesce, join together in affection; sunagoge bringing together, assembling; episunagoge  a gathering together in one place; sunago  to gather together; episunago  to bring together others already assembled; heorte; koinon, and thiasos.
- ↑ 05712 AyinDelethHey הדע ‘edah congregation 124, company 13, assembly 9 times, multitude, people, swarm. 1) congregation, gathering from the Hebrew word דע ‘ed that means witness and דוע ‘uwd meaning testify.
- ↑ 06951 [v. 6950 ] להק qahal n, v; congregation 86, assembly 17, company 17, multitude 3; [as a verb gather, assembled] 1) assembly, company, congregation, convocation.
- ↑ 2199 קעז za‘aq -cry 50, cry out 11, assemble 3, called 3, gathered together 2, gathered 2, company 1, proclaimed 1; to cry, cry out, call, call for help... to be assembled, be called together, be joined together.
- ↑ 3259 דעי ya`ad a primitive root; AV-meet 7, together 5, assemble 4, appointed 3, set 3, time 2, betrothed 2, agreed 1, appointment 1, gather 1; 1) to fix, appoint, assemble, meet, set, betroth
- 3054 דהי yahad [from דוהי and הדוהי Judah ] Judah-the territory, to conform to הדוהי Yᵉhuwdah (YodHeyVavDelethHey) ... הדי yadah (YodDelethHey) ... to live a life or the way of praise. The word די yad means hand which is the instrument of doing. And the Greek 2448 Ιουδα and 2455 Ιουδας
- ↑ Matthew 18:20 For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.