Council Christians Jews (CCJ)

The Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) is the leading nationwide forum for Christian-Jewish engagement:

  • celebrating the history and diversity of both communities,

  • facilitating constructive dialogue,

  • enabling meaningful learning experiences; and providing opportunities for transformative change.

This engagement takes place in communities across UK through their branches as well as through their programmes.

There are three tranches to CCJ’s programmatic work: EducationDialogue and Social Action.
When facilitating Christian-Jewish engagement, CCJ ensures that the following core values remain central:

  • Promoting understanding

  • Valuing difference

  • Demonstrating empathy and respect

  • Challenging prejudices

For more information please go to the CCJ website  or

 

The local Finchley Branch of CCJ is looking for volunteers to join them on their committee if you are interested then please email them here

 

Next Event
Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ)
"Standing in Solidarity" 

Speaker Elizabeth O'Donohoe, Westminster Interfaith, the agency of the RC diocese of Westminsterfor Inter-religious dialogue

Date: Monday 16 September

Time: 2.30pm - 4.00pm

Venue: The Blue Beetle (small building to the left of St Mary-at-Finchley, entrance via the blue door)

26 Hendon Lane, N3 1TR

Future Events
Guided visit to the Jewish Museum

The museum showcases the history, culture and heritage of Jews in Britain

Date: Wednesday 30 October 

Time:2.30pm onwards

Venue: Camden Town (Free)

"Migration from Edinburgh to Poland and Beyond: A Rabbi's Tale"

Speaker: Rabbi David Mason, Muswell Hill Orthodox Synagogue

Date: Wednesday 20 November

Time: 2.00pm - 5.00pm

Venue: The Blue Beetle (small building to the left of St Mary-at-Finchley, entrance via the blue door)

26 Hendon Lane, N3 1TR

"Winter, Light and Levity - our Shared Moments"

Speaker: Rabbi Rebecca Birk, Finchley Progressive Synagogue / Rev Philip Davison, St Mary-at-Finchley C of E

Date: Monday 9 December

Time: 2.30pm - 5.00pm

Venue: The Blue Beetle (small building to the left of St Mary-at-Finchley, entrance via the blue door)

26 Hendon Lane, N3 1TR

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