Dear friends of the International Council of Christians and Jews,
In the near future the new ICCJ website step by step will be expanded with new features. But now already available for you at www.iccj.org:
- Open your personal account at MyICCJ and indicate by ticking the box(-es) on what item(s) you want to be kept informed. The categories available are listed down below.
- Visit the ICCJ web library and find ICCJ publications, lectures (some on video) held during conferences and much more. In the weeks to come the content of the library will considerably be enlarged.
- New is the exchange of letters between Rabbi Dr. Dalia Marx and Rev. Dr. Ursula Rudnick on the weekly portions of Torah. A Christian and a Jewish feminist scholar are writing together a new Torah commentary. Through the ICCJ News flashes we will inform you when a new part of this exciting commentary is posted. Just register at MyICCJ and click the box ‘Newsflashes’.
- In the near future several web forums will open, some of them only accessible for the envisaged forum participants (e.g. a meeting place for board members of ICCJ member organisations), other open to the general public for discussing burning issues in interfaith dialogue.
Short: more than a show case the new ICCJ website is meant to become a tool of communication between all engaged in interfaith work world wide.
New E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A new ICCJ E-mail address is part of the renewal of ICCJ web communications. Please, insert in your address list the new ICCJ e-mail address: info(at)iccj.org (valid as of December 20th !) .
You are most welcome at our new website!
Rev. Dick Pruiksma, ICCJ General Secretary
Take a first step: register at MyICCJ and be part of it!
The well known ICCJ resource website www.jcrelations.net is totally restyled as well. Be welcome at the most comprehensive scholarly resource on Jewish-Christian dialogue.
MyICCJ - Categories
- News flashes:
News from ICCJ and broader interreligious dialogues
Press releases, statements and letters
Conferences, projects, publications
a bi-monthly update in six languages
- Regional Work:
Martin Buber House and Heppenheim region
- Friends and Sponsors:
Information from the Friends and Sponsors of the Buber House
- Young Leadership:
News from the ICCJ Young Leadership Council