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  • Celebrating CCJ's 75th Anniversary

 

  • Statement on the IHRA antisemitism definition

    As Christians and Jews, we stand firmly against antisemitism. We condemn this repugnant hatred wherever it arises and however it manifests. We believe that the definition of antisemitism should be determined by Jewish people themselves. The overwhelming feeling in the Jewish ... Read more

  • Welcoming the stranger

    This piece by student rabbi Iris Ferreira marks the end of her placement with CCJ.   Throughout history and in all civilisations, strangers could be perceived either as a threat or as fellow human beings that we had to treat as equals. This ... Read more


  • Interfaith on Campus: Its necessity today

    People ask me why I’m interested in interfaith being an atheist. My family is not involved in faith or interfaith being non-practicing Anglicans. I’m from a small town with little to no diversity in faith or any matters. I don’t ... Read more

  • Between the Straits

    We are now in that part of the Jewish year known as the Three Weeks, or Bein HaMetzarim. The Three Weeks begin on the fast day of 17 Tammuz, the day the Romans breached Jerusalem’s city walls, and end with ... Read more