CCJ Statement on the shooting in Halle, Germany on Yom Kippur

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CCJ is shocked and appalled by the attempted terrorist attack by a far right extremist on a Synagogue in Halle, Germany, on Yom Kippur the holiest day in the Jewish calendar. CCJ was founded in 1942 to prevent and respond to antisemitism and extremist hatred of this kind.   As Christians and Jews we stand… Read more »

Interfaith Group on March of the Living

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As one of a dozen senior faith leaders, I took part in a pioneering interfaith delegation to this year’s March of the Living in Poland.  The trip is an intensive 5-day tour of the sites of the Nazi Holocaust – Warsaw, Kracow and the death camps of Majdanek, Belzec and Auschwitz.  It culminates in a… Read more »

CCJ South-West London & Dittons – Diversity within the three Abrahamic faiths

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A little reminder – Please join us, Thursday May 9th – From Moses to Modernity! Following the very successful and enlightening February talk on Islam with Dr Chris Hewer, we are now on to the second of our talks on diversity within the three Abrahamic faiths.  We can promise you enlightenment and amusement as our highly talented… Read more »

CCJ North London: Advent/Chanukah Celebration 2018

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CCJ North London Branch held its annual Advent/Chanukah celebration on the afternoon of Sunday December 2nd 2018.   We were hosted by St. James the Great Clapton.   Rev. Rosemia Brown minister of our host church talked about Advent and lit the Advent candle. Ivor Millman, chair of CCJ North London Branch Committee talked about… Read more »