Glasgow Jewish Representative Council
We are currently recruiting two new part-time members of staff.
New Board of Deputies of British Jews Marie van der Zyl visited Glasgow on Sunday, 10 June, 2018, a week after taking office.
photo by Alan Kay
Our Annual General Meeting was held on Wednesday, 30 May, 2018.
For a report, visit our GJRC News page.
A message has been sent to the Jewish Community, via the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities, from former Scottish Labour Leader Kezia Dugdale. 8 April, 2018
GJRC has received and responded to a letter of apology and support from Eastwood Labour Party. 28 March, 2018
GJRC held a Public/Delegate Meeting on Wednesday, 7 March. For details, visit our GJRC News page.
Please visit our Volunteering and Job Vacancies Page to find out how you can become involved in helping on a regular or one-off basis. New and volunteering opportunity added – 05 April, 2018 *
When the Glasgow Jewish Representative Council (GJRC) was formed in 1914, it was to represent the Jewish community in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. GJRC helps to ensure cordial relations between the Jewish community and other civic and religious groups and sends delegates to a variety of faith and other forums and committees. GJRC, which is democratically elected, hosts a forum for religious, welfare, cultural, social, educational and youth organisations. It liaises with these bodies to ensure the effective running of the community.
The current GJRC Co-presidents are Nicola Livingston and Evy Yedd.
The treasurer is Howard Singerman.