Blogs

A reflection on the CCJ Presidents’ “Pilgrimage in Lockdown”

Posted Jun 24th, 2020

The Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave OBE, Chair of CCJ, writes: 

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Stay Home Save Lives: a blog for Refugee Week

Posted Jun 10th, 2020

Barbara Winton, refugee rights campaigner and daughter of Sir Nicholas Winton writes:

 

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Refugees Welcome: a blog for Refugee Week

Posted Jun 10th, 2020

Rev Heston Groenewald, Vicar of All Hallows Church, Leeds, and recipient of the 21 for 21 award for his work with refugees, writes:

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The Omer – Rabbi Barry Kleinberg

Posted May 6th, 2020

Warning: This post is not about coronoavirus….AT ALL (apart from this warning of course!)

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Victory and the Memory of Liberation: What can the 75th anniversary of VE Day teach us about the future of Holocaust remembrance?

Posted May 6th, 2020

When war came to an end in Europe in May 1945, 75 years ago, the Revd Leslie Skinner, a Methodist minister and chaplain to a British tank regiment, recorded in his diary that he was ‘too tired and cold to care. Stayed in bed. Read more

‘We are going for our people’: the life of Edith Stein

Posted Apr 16th, 2020

For Yom HaShoah, Canon Edward Jarosz, priest of the Catholic Diocese of Nottingham, and alumnus of CCJ’s Yad Vashem seminar writes:

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‘Daring to do what is right’: A message from our Chair

Posted Apr 15th, 2020

A message for Easter and Passover from our Chair, the Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave OBE:

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A prayer for Holocaust Memorial Day

Posted Mar 21st, 2020

This prayer and reflection were specially written by Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, President of CCJ and Senior Rabbi of Masorti Judaism, for Holocaust Memorial Day 2020.

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Sermon by Student Leader Florence at Pembroke College Chapel, Oxford’s interfaith service

Posted Mar 13th, 2020

What an amazing privilege to hear the readings said by a Jew and a Muslim.

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