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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
Violence against women and girls is utterly destructive of the work for reconciliation and the common good, which the Council of Christians and Jews, along with many others, stands for.
CCJ takes Parliamentarians and Christian clergy to Yad Vashem
The first ever United Kingdom Governance seminar took place at Yad Vashem last week.
Mitzvah Day Highlights
The CCJ partnered with Mitzvah Day this year to run food collections across the country for those in need.
CCJ Statement: 18/11/14
As Christians and Jews together, we share our horror at the attack on worshippers at the synagogue in Har Nof, West Jerusalem.
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 Branches 
Bexhill hosted Faiths in Sussex’s Autumn Interfaith event drawing together members of Interfaith Groups from all over Sussex. Seven speakers addressed the topic.
Chairman's report to 2014 AGM of North London branch.
On 17 September 2014 Staines Branch members enjoyed a presentation by Cherna Crome presented the life of Benno - her father - a Jewish immigrant who, beginning with little, gave outstanding service to the community including the Church
On Sunday 19th October a Rally Against Anti-Semitism that took place in Cathedral Gardens, Manchester in response to the recent surge in Anti-Semitism in the UK, and called for the Jewish community to declare its pride it its faith.
John Campbell, Dean’s Verger at Lincoln Cathedral, based his talk on the many lessons he had learned (often the hard way) in his ministry as a verger.
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CCJ Autumn Highlights

 
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AGM and Members Meeting
 
 
 Events 
04/12/2014 7:45pm
Supper and quiz.
08/12/2014 7:30pm
A relaxed sociable evening where we will dine together and listen to music from the Sephardi and Ashkenzi traditions in Judaism.
09/12/2014 7:15pm
Tues 9th December, 7.15 pm Alex Brummer will speak on The Rise of the European Far Right and the Impact on Faith Communities in the UK.
17/12/2014 8:00pm
Chanukah and Christmas Special. Rabbi Pete Tobias presents for your entertainment: “RABBI on the RADIO”. Anecdotes of incidents with well-known names on BBC Radio 2 and shares a few “Pause for Thought” scripts. Entry donation £4.00 [CCJ members £3.00].