Annual Report by President of NSW CCJ, Jenny van Proctor

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

Distinguished guests, religious leaders, ladies and gentlemen and friends, it is with great pleasure that I take the opportunity to speak to you about the highlights of our last year in the NSW CCJ and my first year as President. • We are delighted to see some younger members join and take on an active […]

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Jewish community condemns incident at Muslim school

Friday, October 24th, 2014

The NSW Jewish Board of Deputies condemns the incident at Al-Faisal College which saw young children take cover beneath their desks while a knife-wielding intruder allegedly threatened staff and students on the College campus. It is unconscionable that any children should be terrorised for any reason, least of all because of the faith or culture […]

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Suffering of the Innocents Video Presentation

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Following the upcoming NSWCCJ Shoah Commemoration at St Mary’s Cathedral on Wednesday 17th April 2013, you are invited to attend a symphonic homage and prayer video presentation titled the Suffering of the Innocents by composer Kiko Argüello at the Sydney Jewish Museum on Sunday 5th May 2013 from 1pm. When The Suffering of the Innocents […]

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Shoah Service St Mary’s Cathedral 2013

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

This year on Wednesday 17th April, Christians and those from other faiths will join Sydney’s Jewish community for a Sho’ah Memorial Service to be held in the Crypt of St Mary’s Cathedral in commemoration of the millions who died in the Holocaust of World War II, and to ensure the brutal horror of the event […]

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Cantor Michael Deutsch Memorial and Tribute Service

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

NSW COUNCIL OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS INTERFAITH LITURGICAL MUSIC EXCELLENCE AWARD to be established in the name of Cantor Michael Deutsch. Cantor Michael Deutsch was a giant of a man, both in the physical, in the vocal and in his love of all people. He was someone who enriched our communities with sophisticated cosmopolitan sensibilities, […]

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