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  • CCJ Statement on Labour Party Report on Antisemitism

    CCJ commends the initiative of the Labour Party in commissioning the much-needed report on antisemitism, led by Shami Chakrabati and published today. The recommendations, fully implemented, will go some way to preventing recurrence of the hurtful and dangerous language experienced ... Read more

  • Notice of this year’s Annual General Meeting

    Notice of this year’s Annual General Meeting To be held on November 22nd 2016 St John’s Wood Synagogue Members’ meeting 11am AGM 1pm A light kosher lunch will be provided Guest speaker: The Venerable Martin Gorick,  Archdeacon of Oxford Please register your interest to attend by emailing cjrelations@ccj.org.uk ... Read more

  • CCJ Statement on attacks in Tel Aviv

    We are shocked and saddened by the attack at the Sarona Market in Tel Aviv on Wednesday night, in which 4 Israelis have been killed and more injured. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by the violence ... Read more
  • “Shavuot” The Feast of Weeks.

    “Shavuot” The Feast of Weeks. Cheesecake is one of my favourite things in the world. And every year at about this time, I go searching for the perfect recipe. It is Shavuot, and there is a long held tradition of eating ... Read more

  • The European Championships of Religious Freedom

    Portugal win the European Championships of Religious Freedom, While England are Eliminated in the last 16 With the UEFA Euro 2016 championship beginning this Friday, CCJ Trustee Zaki Cooper has complied data to establish which of the competing nations would win, were the ... Read more

  • Lag B’omer-The thirty third day of the Omer

    The Omer is a period lasting 49 days, from the festival of Passover until the festival of Shavuot, during which time Jewish people count each day in anticipation of the anniversary of receiving the Torah at Mt Sinai. One might ... Read more