About us

The ICCJ serves as the umbrella organization of 40 national Jewish-Christian dialogue organizations world-wide. The ICCJ member organizations world-wide over the past five decades have been successfully engaged in the historic renewal of Jewish-Christian relations.

Young Leadership

The Young Leadership Council (YLC) is the youth branch of the International Council for Christians and Jews (ICCJ). Currently our board includes people from various Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions from around the world.

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ICCJ's newly elected board members

| 09.09.2014

ICCJ conference 2014 - Program booklet

| 04.08.2014

ICCJ Conference 2014 in Buenos Aires

| 03.08.2014

ICCJ Promise, Land, Hope Research Project Holds 2014 Consultation in Heidelberg

| 25.06.2014

| 09.09.2014

ICCJ's newly elected board members

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| 04.08.2014

ICCJ conference 2014 - Program booklet

Download the PDF

| 03.08.2014

ICCJ Conference 2014 in Buenos Aires

Watch the video

| 25.06.2014

ICCJ Promise, Land, Hope Research Project Holds 2014 Consultation in Heidelberg

Download the PDF
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13th Annual Meeting of the CCJR

13th Annual Meeting of the CCJR

At the end of October our North American member organization, the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR), held its 13th Annual Meeting; this year’s meeting and conference took place in Mobile, Alabama in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Mobile Christian-Jewish Dialogue. ... [more]

 
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"Imagine" - Jews, Christians, and Muslims pray for peace in Jerusalem

"Imagine" - Jews, Christians, and Muslims pray for peace in Jerusalem

In collaboration with our member organization, the Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel (ICCI) and moderated by our Immediate Past President, Dr Deborah Weissman, Jews, Christians, and Muslims gathered last week at the multidisciplinary art event “Imagine – Prayers and Reflections on Peace”. ... [more]

 
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JCRelations.net: November edition online

JCRelations.net: November edition online

New articles are available on JCRelations.net: November contributions in English, German, French and Russian are online. ... [more]