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22/01/2015 2:30pm
Commemorating the national Holocaust Memorial Day in memory of Nelly Ben-Or Clynes, our local Holocaust survivor Concert Pianist & Teacher. Followed by light refreshments. Entry donation £3.00 [CCJ members £2.00]. All are welcome.
27/01/2015 7:45pm
We will watch the film Remembering the Holocaust.
24/02/2015 7:45pm
Speaker William Evans, who is a PhD student at Birmingham University.
25/02/2015 8:00pm
Miranda Suit of Safer Media for a Safer Society, will be talking about Children and the Internet.
 

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CCJ Statement on Peshawar attacks
CCJ was horrified of the news yesterday of the massacre in Peshawar where over a hundred students and staff lost their lives. More ...
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The Surprising Call of Advent
During the liturgical season of Advent, Christians observe a season of expectant waiting and preparation. More ...
Publicising the Miracle of Chanukah
From the first discussions of the laws of Chanukah in the Talmud, the concept of ‘publicising the miracle’ appears to be pivotal to the festival. More ...
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. More ...
CCJ takes Parliamentarians and Christian clergy to Yad Vashem
The first ever United Kingdom Governance seminar took place at Yad Vashem last week. More ...
Mitzvah Day Highlights
The CCJ partnered with Mitzvah Day this year to run food collections across the country for those in need. More ...
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. More ...
Bishop of Woolwich to be new CCJ Chairman
The Bishop of Woolwich, the Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave OBE, has been announced as the next Chairman of the Council of Christians. More ...
Statement on escalation of violence in Israel
Over the past few days there has been an alarming escalation of violence in Israel. More ...
International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism - 9 November
The most horrific manifestation of fascism and antisemitism the world has ever known occurred within living memory. More ...
September/October highlights
Autumn highlights from September and October. More ...
Important CCJ Statement
The current Chairman, the Rt Revd Nigel McCulloch KCVO, having extended his role beyond the normal limit of eight years in order to facilitate the handover from the Revd David Gifford to Dr Jane Clements, has asked the Trustees to allow him now to step do More ...
 
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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.