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Other than the usual business of an AGM, the most interesting and unexpected part of the meeting was an off-the-cuff talk by a lady who had just returned from a Catholic pilgrimage to Israel.
Lincoln CCJ completed its three-part series of Bible and Bagels studies this month with comparison of core statement of beliefs within Judaism and Christianity.
Jacob Vince, Chief Executive Officer of Christian Friends of Israel, spoke at CCJ Staines event.
The recital this year was by accomplished oboist, Henry Bettinson and accompanied on the grand piano by James Anderson-Besant from Abingdon School.
CCJ Lincoln turned to music by comparing the role of Jewish piyyutim (poems) and Christian hymns in worship.
   
 

HG Archbishop Angaelos, Chief Rabbi Mirvis and other religious leader speak out on current crisis

 
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 Events 
31/08/2014 2:00pm
Organised by Campaign Against Antisemitism as a robust response to the rise of antisemitism in the UK.
04/09/2014 7:00pm
The Rt Hon John Bercow, MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, will give a talk on: ”Order! Order!” ..Tales from the Speaker’s Chair. Talk followed by Q&A and “Dessert Heaven”. Admission by ticket only.
05/09/2014 6:30pm
Be Jewish for a day with the Lincoln Independent Jewish Minyan.
09/09/2014 7:30pm
Speaker: Eliad Moreh Rosenberg (Art curator of Yad Vashem). Everyone welcome.