North London CCJ branch demonstrated Seder

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North London Branch of CCJ holds a demonstrated Seder each year. The objective of the event is for a Rabbi to take a largely churchgoing audience through the individual elements that make up the Seder, their meaning and significance and where appropriate with references to The Last Supper. We see a prime aim of CCJ… Read more »

CCJ North London: AGM 2018

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North London branch of CCJ held its AGM on the afternoon of Sunday October 7th 2018 at Clapton Methodist Church. Our audience of some 30 people included members of the branch, visitors from local churches as well as local councilors including the Speaker of Hackney. After the relatively informal AGM we were addressed by the… Read more »

CCJ North London: 2018 Chanukah/Advent celebration

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CCJ North London Branch held its annual Advent/Chanukah celebration on the afternoon of Sunday December 10th 2018. We were hosted by Clapton Methodist Church. Ivor Millman, chair of CCJ North London Branch Committee talked about the historical background to Chanukah, lit candles on his Chanukiah and said the blessings. A choir from the local Jewish… Read more »

CCJ North London: Report of demonstration Seder

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North London Branch of CCJ holds a demonstrated Seder each year. The objective of the event is for a Rabbi to take a largely churchgoing audience through the individual elements that make up the Seder, their meaning and significance and where appropriate with references to The Last Supper. We see a prime aim of CCJ… Read more »

CCJ North London: 2017 AGM Report

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‘North London branch of CCJ held its AGM on the afternoon of Sunday October 8th 2017 at AJEX House in Stamford Hill. Our audience of some 25 people included members of the branch, visitors from local churches and synagogues as well as local councilors. After the relatively informal AGM we were addressed by Rabbi Roni… Read more »