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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Dr Adele Reinhartz - Plenary Session

| 02.11.2016

ICCJ Conference Bonn 2017 - Introduction to the Conference Theme

| 31.10.2016

ICCJ's Open Letter "A Process of Mutual Empowerment"

| 20.09.2016

Rev. Dick Pruiksma - Plenary Session

| 17.09.2016

| 02.11.2016

Dr Adele Reinhartz - Plenary Session

Download the PDF

| 31.10.2016

ICCJ Conference Bonn 2017 - Introduction to the Conference Theme

Download the PDF

| 20.09.2016

ICCJ's Open Letter "A Process of Mutual Empowerment"

Download the PDF

| 17.09.2016

Rev. Dick Pruiksma - Plenary Session

Download the PDF
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ICCJ 2017 Conference: Reforming, Rereading, Renewing

ICCJ 2017 Conference: Reforming, Rereading, Renewing

Preparations for ICCJ's 2017 annual conference to be held in Bonn/Germany, July 2-5, are under way. The theme of next year's conference is "Reforming, Rereading, Renewing: Martin Luther and 500 Years of Tradition and Reform in Judaism and Christianity" ... [more]

 
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ICCJ President's High Holyday Greetings for 5777

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. ... [more]

 
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Open Letter of the ICCJ Executive Board to its Member Organizations

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" ... [more]