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Avon branch

We meet monthly, usually in Bristol University’s MultiFaith Chaplaincy. Recent topics have included: Hassids and Ranters; is the Christmas Story Anti Semitic?; the work of Sabra, a charity in north Israel which assists Jews from other countries, mainly Russia (FSU) who arrive in Israel with nothing; the effects of the holocaust in Jewish-Christian Relations; the role of the family: compare and contrast Judaism and Christianity; sin and how to deal with it; what does the word/concept ‘faith’ mean to you? ‘What’s your Christian name?’ Should Jews go along with assumptions?

We have also held a Passover Seder demonstration, a packed meeting in which Rabbi Mark Solomon demonstrated and explained the work of a hazzan and our annual Advent/Hannukah social evening.

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CCJ Avon: Our Fragile Planet: a Christian Perspective

Posted Apr 17th, 2018

Friday 15 June from 7pm for 7.30pm at Redland Church Hall, Redland Green Rd, Bristol, BS6 7HE (nearest train Redland Station; nearest bus no. 9; free parking on nearby roads.) – Our Fragile Planet – a Christian Perspective: Caring for the Oceans 1

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