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CCJ Hillingdon May 2016: poster preview Wednesday 18 May 2016
With a psalm in my suitcase

An illustrated talk by
Cynthia Drapkin

An enthralling explanation of how a Torah Scroll brought together a Synagogue in Northwood and a town in Eastern Slovakia; and why a psalm?

• 8pm, Northwood Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood HA6 3AA (ample free parking in Green Lane public car park).
Download A4 Colour Poster (A4 pdf, 426kb)



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A free booklet containing transcripts of presentations made by Sarah Crowther (Director, REAP) and Fazil Kawani (Executive Director of Integration, The Refugee Council) at our branch event commemorating Holocaust Memorial Day 2013.

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An Act Of Faith...

The Council of Christians and Jews came into being during the darkest days of World War Two against the background of the Holocaust in Nazi Germany. The Council was inaugurated in 1942 by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr William Temple, and Chief Rabbi Dr Hertz.

Combatting prejudice, intolerance, discrimination and antisemitism are still CCJ's primary aims. It encourages Christians and Jews to appreciate and respect each other's distinctive beliefs while recognising their common ground.

The Council is neither a missionary organisation nor a political one. It is a builder of bridges, enabling Christians and Jews to work together for better understanding in our multifaith society.

The Council of Christians and Jews has achieved a great deal but so much more remains to be done. You can help: join your local branch of the CCJ now!








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The Council of Christians and Jews brings together the Christian and Jewish Communities in a common effort to fight the evils of prejudice, intolerance and discrimination between people of different religions, races and colours, and to work for the betterment of human relations based on mutual respect, understanding and goodwill. It is neither a missionary nor a political organisation.
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