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Report of talk on HMD
Around 250 people packed into St Mary in the Castle, on Hastings seafront, on Saturday (24th January).
On arrival the audience members were invited to light a memorial candle and spend a few moments of private reflection.
The Rt Revd Nigel McCulloch KCVO gave the most brilliant and compassionate address at the Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration in Keble College Chapel.
CCJ Oxford welcomed one of its patrons, the Right Reverend William Kenney, to speak about the situation of Christians in the Middle East.
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 Events 
03/03/2015 7:30pm
Speakers: Marcus Braybrooke, Jesmond Blumenfeld, Zia Sardar. Marcus is an Anglican priest who has been described as the elder stateman of interfaith work. Jesmond is Jewish, an economist and has written of the Oxfod Jewish community. Zia is a Muslim and an eminent author.
03/03/2015 8:00pm
How Christians and Jews use music to create sanctity. Discussions, with examples, will be led by Rev’d Dr Rebecca Lloyd, Curate at St Stephen's, South Dulwich and The Rev David Rome, Cantor and Leader of Catford Synagogue. Refreshments from 7.45pm.
11/03/2015 7:00pm
A panel discussion on religious tolerance/intolerance
Stranmills College, Stranmillis Road ,Belfast
19/03/2015 8:00pm
Revd Javaid Iqbal and Rabbi Paul Freedman talk on their chosen subject.