Glasgow Jewish Representative Council
22 APRIL, 2021 – HUSTINGS MEETING
The Glasgow Jewish Representative Council held a Hustings Meeting last night for the forthcoming election for the Scottish Parliament.
Join us this Monday on April 26th 8pm for an in-conversation with the Israeli Ambassador to the UK, HE Tzipi Hotovely and the Scottish Jewish community, being hosted by SCOJEC and the Glasgow Jewish Representative Council. Do feel free to share widely and to submit questions in advance.
Zoom ID: 92351649863; No passcode is required to join.
In advance of the Scottish elections on 6th May 2021, SCoJeC, together with the Glasgow Jewish Representative Council, the Board of Deputies of British Jews, and the Jewish Leadership Council, has compiled a Jewish Manifesto for Scotland to inform existing and prospective members of the Scottish Parliament and other public representatives about the interests and concerns of the Jewish community of Scotland.
9 April 2021 – Death of Prince Philip
The Glasgow Jewish Representative Council is deeply saddened by the passing of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. On behalf of the Glasgow Jewish Community, we extend our sincerest condolences to Her Majesty the Queen, and the Royal Family. They are in our thoughts and prayers.
Pesach greetings sent to the community can be read here.
The following event will take place soon:
GJRC Yom Hashoah event on Thursday, 8 April 2021.
When the Glasgow Jewish Representative Council (GJRC) was formed in 1914, it was to represent the Jewish community in Glasgow and the surrounding areas.
The Council 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.
The Glasgow Jewish Representative Council, 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.