• Celebrating CCJ's 75th Anniversary

 

  • Chief Rabbi Writes in Today’s Telegraph

    The Council of Christians and Jews was established in 1942, at a tragic time when the Jewish world was being decimated by an ideology defined by hatred. As we struggled to deal with the devastation and grief of the Holocaust, ... Read more

  • Reflections on Chanukah

    The festival of Chanukah begins this year on 12 December and lasts for eight nights. Chanukah celebrates the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem. Jews around the world will gather to light candles, play traditional games, and eat festive foods. ... Read more

  • Sir Michael Latham

    Today we received the very sad news that Sir Michael Latham, one of our Vice-Presidents, has passed away. Sir Michael was a dedicated member of CCJ for many years, initially in a trustee role and later as a Vice President. ... Read more


  • CCJ Statement on Red Wednesday

    Around the world places of worship and political buildings are being lit red today to raise awareness about the persecution of Christians. The colour red represents the blood of those who have been killed for their religious beliefs and is ... Read more