13/04/2015 7:30am
Rev Canon Andrew White, bishop of Bhagdad
22/04/2015 8:00pm
Speaker: Sr Margaret Shepherd, a former Director of CCJ.
23/04/2015 8:00pm
The speaker is distinguished American author Rabbi David J. Zucker PhD, a scholar of both the Jewish and Christian scriptures.
27/04/2015 5:15pm
Professor Amy-Jill Levine (Vanderbilt University) will be giving the Sherman Lectures in Jewish Studies entitled "Jesus, Judaism and Christianity: Old Prejudices and New Possibilities"


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Pesach Reflection
The story of the Exodus from Egypt forms the foundation of Jewish belief, tradition and practice. More ...
Elliot Steinberg, Programme Manager
Every Vote Counts
Only a week before Passover, Jews and others around the world will also be asking, as the Israeli elections approach: Why is this election different from all other elections? More ...
Rabbis and Clergy Feb 2015
This week saw another in CCJ’s series of Rabbis and Black Clergy Conversations, this time with a seasonal feel. More ...
Dressing up on Purim
One of the most iconic features of Purim is the wearing of fancy dress costumes and disguises by adults and children alike. More ...
CCJ's 2015 Manifesto is a joint Christians-Jewish manifesto of political issues, outlining the areas in government and politics that are of greatest concern to religious communities, both separately and together. More ...
Lent is a journey that is about reflection but it is also about seeing more clearly. More ...
Education Spotlight
In the past week we have seen two events appear in the news that highlight some of the increasingly difficult challenges currently facing Jewish-Christian relations--and more specifically, the issue of the Israel-Palestine conflict—in higher education. More ...
CCJ statement: Persecution of religious minorities
As Christians and Jews together we condemn the acts of violence against any people simply because of their religion; sadly these are becoming an increasingly regular occurrence. More ...
Education Spotlight
The recent report published by the Community Security Trust (CST) shows that 1168 antisemitic incidents were reported in Britain in 2014, more than double the amount recorded in 2013 and the highest total ever recorded by the CST. More ...
Dialogue Spotlight
I had the privilege of attending the most recent meeting of the CCJ Theology group, graciously hosted by the Sisters of Sion in Notting Hill. More ...
Re the statement from Bishop of Guildford
CCJ welcomes the statement by the Bishop of Guildford, the Rt Revd Andrew Watson, regarding the Revd Dr Stephen Sizer, whose writing and activities have been a source of grave concern. More ...
Tzelem has arrived!
A new rabbinic organisation campaigning for social and economic justice in Britain has just been launched at the House of Commons. More ...
We enjoyed a first-rate presentation by Miranda Suit of Safermedia on challenges and dangers presented by the internet.
Adam and Eve: did they ‘fall’ or did they just ‘grow up’?
The new season of CCJNE had an amazing start when just over eighty people attended the first meeting of the year.
Report of talk by Holocaust survivor and concert pianist Nelly Ben-Or Clynes