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Rabbis and Clergy Feb 2015
This week saw another in CCJ’s series of Rabbis and Black Clergy Conversations, this time with a seasonal feel.
Dressing up on Purim
One of the most iconic features of Purim is the wearing of fancy dress costumes and disguises by adults and children alike.
CCJ's 2015 Manifesto is a joint Christians-Jewish manifesto of political issues, outlining the areas in government and politics that are of greatest concern to religious communities, both spearately and together.
Lent is a journey that is about reflection but it is also about seeing more clearly.

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The Reverend Jarel Robinson-Brown, minister at the Methodist Church in Cardiff and Caerphill spoke about his trip to Yad Vashem, Jerusalem last year.
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Around 250 people packed into St Mary in the Castle, on Hastings seafront, on Saturday (24th January).
On arrival the audience members were invited to light a memorial candle and spend a few moments of private reflection.
The Rt Revd Nigel McCulloch KCVO gave the most brilliant and compassionate address at the Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration in Keble College Chapel.
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11/03/2015 7:00pm
A panel discussion on religious tolerance/intolerance
Stranmills College, Stranmillis Road ,Belfast
19/03/2015 8:00pm
Revd Javaid Iqbal and Rabbi Paul Freedman talk on their chosen subject.
24/03/2015 8:00pm
CCJ Berkshire invite you to hear: Lord [George] Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury 1991-2002. Free parking is available.
30/04/2015 8:00pm
Annual General Meeting. Guest speaker Matthew Heasman, Chief Executive of the New Hope Trust Watford.