Merseyside CCJ has been active since the 1950s and all who live in the greater Merseyside area and Wirral are most welcome. Our meetings are held in Childwall, South Liverpool which is well served by road and public transport.

We aim to have at least four events giving a mixture of social and education evenings. The year concludes with the Annual Quiz Evening which is held in Inter-Faith Week.

We are keen to develop the theme of Education both within CCJ and the wider community. Around National Holocaust Day we endeavour to advertise our event as widely as possible and to mount an exhibition at a City Centre venue. The branch has developed good relations with the Jewish Community and the brand new King David Campus provides an excellent venue. Over the next year we hope to further our links with the Christian communities.

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