CCJ was horrified of the news yesterday of the massacre in Peshawar, Pakistan, where over a hundred students and staff lost their lives in the attack on the school by the Taliban. Our thoughts and prayers are with the bereaved families and all those who were injured in the attack. Violence on this scale must… Read more »
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The Bishop of Woolwich, the Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave OBE, has been announced as the next Chairman of the Council of Christians and Jews. He will take up the role in the new year.
By Aron Carr, Intern The festival of Chanukah was established after the Maccabean victory over Antiochus IV Epiphanes and the Assyrian-Greek Empire to commemorate two miracles – the military victory of the small rebels against the empire, and the miracle of the small jar of oil that burned for eight full days in the Menorah,… Read more »
By Dr Steve Innes, Programme Manager I came across an interesting article posted today on the Church Times website (click here to read it). Contrary to the popular view that churches (and religious bodies more generally) are places of exclusion and homogenization, new research suggests that churches are “among the few places in the UK… Read more »
Almost 70 people turned up for the CCJ Oxford wonderful summer soiree. Bringing together members and guests from Oxford’s Jewish and Christian communities everyone