"It is in the shelter of each other that people live."
The Canadian Council of Christians and Jews is an organization of individuals that since 1947 has been dedicated to religious, cultural and racial harmony amongst the people of Canada. As an intergroup organization it serves to represent the interests of all groups rather than any one segment of our society.
THE CCCJ - ALBERTA
The Alberta region derives its name and purpose from the national Canadian Council of Christians and Jews (CCCJ) which is now the Canadian Center for Diversity.
The CCCJ-AB is a member of the International Council of Christians and Jews (ICCJ) based in the Martin Buber House in Heppenheim, Germany.
Mission Statement: The Canadian Council of Christians and Jews – Alberta Region is a group of concerned Christians and Jews who seek to promote harmony between their faiths through dialogue and education.
CCCJ – Alberta