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CCJ Oxford welcomed one of its patrons, the Right Reverend William Kenney, to speak about the situation of Christians in the Middle East.
CCJ Oxford were pleased to host a lecture on Tuesday 9th December by Marcus Ferrar, who spent eighteen years as a Reuters journalist.
Report of talks given by Report of talks by Eliad Moreh Rosenberg and Ruth Dudley Edwards.
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.
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 Events 
25/01/2015 5:30pm
Guest preacher: Bishop Nigel McCulloch. With the chairs of Keble College and OxfordShir.
27/01/2015 7:45pm
We will watch the film Remembering the Holocaust.
29/01/2015 3:30pm
The programme will include a short lecture from Dr Andrew Chandler, director of the George Bell Institute, and a talk from Dr Martin Stern, a Holocaust survivor and member of the CCJ.
02/02/2015 7:30pm
Speaker: Rabbi William Wolff. Rabbi Wolff trained at Leo Baeck College and has worked in Communist countries for many years.