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CCJR Statement: A Message of Faith and Hope

In light of the overwhelming pain at the murder of George Floyd ICCJ's member organization in the United States, the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR), published a statement that the ICCJ disseminates with heartfelt sympathy.

ICCJ offices Martin Buber House Heppenheim


ICCJ Webinar: Digital Interreligious Dialogue?

Martin-Buber-House, Heppenheim, June 5, 2020.
Sunday, June 28, 2020 at 6 p.m. U.T.C.
[Heppenheim: 8 pm; Jerusalem: 9 pm; Los Angeles: 11 am; New York: 2 pm; Santiago de Chile: 2 pm]

Bo Sandahl; ICCJ President


ICCJ President's Greetings for Pesach and Easter

History repeats itself. Stories are heard over and over again. Readings in synagogues and churches are the same year after year. So what is the news and is there any good news? ...

ICCJ offices MArtin Buber House Heppenheim


Many Meanings of Mission

The ICCJ Board convened in February 2020 in the ICCJ headquarters, the Martin-Buber-House in Heppenheim, for a two-day consultation on a provocative and essential theme: "The Many Meanings of Mission" - a report by ICCJ's First Vice President Liliane Apotheker

ICCJ offices Martin Buber House Heppenheim


In time of Coronavirus

Ron Kronish - Shalom in the Era of the Coronavirus Crisis
Sami El-Yousef - In time of Coronavirus - Reflections from the Holy Land.

ICCJ offices Martin Buber House, Heppenheim


Konferencja ICCJ 2020 w Bratysławie odroczona

The members of the ICCJ Executive Board are very sorry to announce that we unfortunately have had to make the very difficult decision to postpone this year's ICCJ annual conference in Bratislava, Slovakia due to the current situation because of the COVID-19 pandemic.



ICCJ: Koronawirus - wróg wspólnoty ludzkiej

Międzynarodowa Rada Chrześcijan i Żydów (ICCJ) pragnie wyrazić swoją solidarność ze wszystkimi ludźmi na całym świecie, którzy zostali dotknięci chorobą COVID-19 koronowirusa. Obecny wybuch pandemii i odpowiedź na nią potwierdziły nasze wspólne człowieczeństwo i nasze wspólne pragnienie „wyboru życia” (Pwt 30, 19). Wspólnota ludzkości ma wroga w tym wirusie i pracujemy razem, aby go opanować.