• Sir Sigmund Sternberg passed away at age 95


    The world lost a philanthropist and visionary -

    interreligious organizations lost a pioneer and icon -

    the ICCJ lost its Patron, close friend and beloved

    member of the ICCJ family.


    He will be missed by us all, we are grateful for his inspired leadership and we will keep his memory alive by implementing his ideals.


    May his memory be blessed.


  • Now online:


    Lectures - Videos - Gallery

    ICCJ Annual Conference 2016 in Philadelphia, USA

    "The Dynamics of Religious Pluralism in a Changing World: The Philadelphia, United States and International Contexts"

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  • Martin-Buber-House – ICCJ's Headquarters in Heppenheim, Germany

    More about the History of the Martin-Buber-House

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  • Celebrating and Deepening the New Christian–Jewish Relationship


    Signed by the ICCJ Executive Board and co-signed by 27 ICCJ member organizations from 25 countries Presented to His Holiness Pope Francis at the papal audience for ICCJ conference participants on June 30, 2015

    ICCJ statement

  • ICCJ Statement

    "You Shall Love the Stranger as Yourself" (Lev 19:34) – A Statement on Migration and Refugees in Europe


    Published September 10, 2015 by the ICCJ Executive Board and the Co-Chairs of the ICCJ International Abrahamic Forum (IAF)


    Read the statement here:


  • In Memoriam Sir Sigmund Sternberg

    This week Sir Sigmund Sternberg, patron of the International Council of Christians and Jews and (co-) founder of the Three Faiths Forum, one of the ICCJ’s members in the United Kingdom, passed away at the age of 95.

  • JCRelations.net: October edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: October contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.

  • ICCJ President's High Holyday Greetings for 5777

    In thinking about the Jewish High Holydays as they draw near, I’ve recalled a conversation that took place over fifteen years ago now—one that I’ve often thought about over the years.

  • Open Letter of the ICCJ Executive Board to its Member Organizations

    In response to a recent WCC-NCCC press release on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict the ICCJ publishes the open letter "A Process of Mutual Empowerment"

  • 30th International Meeting for Peace, Assisi 2016

    ICCJ's Former President and Honorary President Rabbi David Rosen attended the 30th International Meeting for Peace "Thirst for Peace: Religions and Cultures in Dialogue" in Assisi and gave a speech on the universal significance of Jewish-Christian dialogue

  • JCRelations.net: September edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: September contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.

  • Statement by the Amitié Judéo-Chrétienne de France on the Murder of Fr. Jacques Hamel

    The ICCJ Executive Board wishes to associate itself with the following statement of its French national member organization, the Amitié Judéo-Chrétienne de France. We especially grieve for the loss of a leader committed to interreligious relations and join with the AJCF in declaring that hatred will not have the last word.

  • Standing together in strength and compassion

    The International Abrahamic Forum is appalled at the spate of attacks in recent weeks that have shocked the world, most recently in Nice, France.

  • New Initiative in Latin America Seeks to Promote Jewish-Muslim Dialogue

    On June 2, a new initiative named the “Latin American Center for Studies, Dialogue and Encounters of Judaism and Islam” was launched in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the presence of both Jewish and Muslim officials. ICCJ Executive Board member Rabbi Shmuel Szteinhendler was present to bless the event.

  • Starting Soon: ICCJ Annual Conference in Philadelphia!

    Registration for this year's ICCJ conference in Philadelphia on "The Dynamics of Religious Pluralism in a Changing World" has been extended until June 16!

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