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Belfast Branch
We were saddened to hear of the death of Sr Marie Duddy, a former chair of CCJ Belfast, who was killed in a car accident on Tuesday 30th September 2014.
British Jews and Muslims Call for Peace, Wisdom and Hope over Conflict in Israel and Palestine
Amid the ongoing conflict in the Middle East, the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Muslim Council of Britain issued a joint statement.
Bishop Angaelos releases statement on atrocities in Iraq and Syria
Statement by His Grace Bishop Angaelos on the anniversary of the unprecedented attacks on Churches in Egypt, and the current situation in Iraq and Syria.
Archbishops of Canterbury and Australia joint statement on Iraq
Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop Philip Freier made a joint statement on the crisis in northern Iraq.

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We joined some members of LIM in the flesh while others joined us via Skype from France and Devon - an extraordinary means of fellowship!
Other than the usual business of an AGM, the most interesting and unexpected part of the meeting was an off-the-cuff talk by a lady who had just returned from a Catholic pilgrimage to Israel.
Lincoln CCJ completed its three-part series of Bible and Bagels studies this month with comparison of core statement of beliefs within Judaism and Christianity.
Jacob Vince, Chief Executive Officer of Christian Friends of Israel, spoke at CCJ Staines event.
The recital this year was by accomplished oboist, Henry Bettinson and accompanied on the grand piano by James Anderson-Besant from Abingdon School.
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CCJ Members' Meeting and AGM
is taking place on
Wednesday 22nd October. 
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07/10/2014 8:00pm
Annual General Meeting followed by another fascinating talk by Dr. Briddon speaking on 'Gamla to Massada'
Venue TBC
19/10/2014 4:30pm
Speakers: Revd Anna Macham and Rabbi Jason Holtz. Refreshments from 4.15pm.
20/10/2014 7:00pm
Alex Schlesinger, President of the Hebrew Congregation, will provide a guided tour and a talk about the history of Jewish people in Bristol. A short AGM will also be part of this evening, please make contact if you'd like to join the ACCJ Committee, as two members are stepping down.
21/10/2014 8:00pm
Speaker: The Revd John Swarbrick, Minister of North Harrow & Wealdstone Methodist Churches. Followed by light refreshments. Entry donation £3.00 [CCJ members £2.00]. All are welcome.