Glasgow Jewish Representative Council

 

THIS WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT

 

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 President is Paul Morron MBE.

The two Vice Presidents are Daniel Clapham and Neil Livingstone.

Commonwealth Games

Welcoming the Commonwealth Athletes

The Glasgow Jewish Community and the Glasgow Jewish Representative Council (GJRC) were proud to welcome visitors to the city for the Commonwealth Games.

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Calendar Events

The community is very active with over 30 organisations holding events. For more information please visit our events calendar.

Job Opportunities

Organisations within the community and others we work with need volunteers and interns and sometimes have job opportunities.

Get in Touch

We want to hear from you and are happy to try and help. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.