We hope you'll join us. All of our programs and events are open to LGBT Jews and allies. Here are some of the ways you can get involved:
Learn more about all of our programs, groups, and events below. For up-to-the-minute news on all things LGBT and Jewish in Massachusetts, check out our Massachusetts Facebook Group.
Join us at any time during the evening for this family-friendly Shabbat celebration to kick of LBGT Pride week. Our services are egalitarian, participatory, and led by Keshet members. A kosher catered dinner will be provided.Wear your pride…
What were you taught about your LGBT heritage? Kick off Pride Week with the Pride Liberation Seder hosted by our friends at Congregation Am Tikva, a retelling of the story of LGBT liberation using the Passover Seder model. Kosher refreshments…
What’s your story? Join Keshet and the LGBT Aging Project for an intimate discussion across the spectrum of age, gender, and sexuality. Listen to different perspectives on being LGBT and/or Jewish and perhaps cultivate your own story.…
Join us for the 20th annual candlelight vigil organized by the Central Reform Temple to commemorate the gay martyrs of the Holocaust, and all LGBT victims of hatred and persecution through the ages.
This interfaith ceremony will be conducted…
From singles mixers to Shabbat dinners to our Beit Midrash series, where participants study traditional texts from a queer angle, our events offer opportunities for LGBTQ Jews to celebrate and (re)connect with their Jewish identities,… Learn More
Looking for ways to make your Jewish institution safe and inclusive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Jews but don’t know where to start? We’re here to help.
For more than 10 years, we’ve trained and supported Jewish… Learn More
Join the Parent & Family Connection »
The Keshet Parent & Family Connection is a national mentoring and leadership program for Jewish parents and family members of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Jews.*
The… Learn More
In Massachusetts, after successfully mobilizing the Jewish community statewide to support equal marriage from 2004-2007, we embarked on a Greater Boston-area campaign to garner faith-based support for a transgender civil rights bill. In November 2011, “An Act Relative to Transgender Equal Rights” passed!Learn More
All of our events are planned by a fabulous group of volunteers, the Community Events Committee (CEC).
The CEC builds and sustains an inclusive, pluralistic Jewish community for LGBTQ Jews and allies in the Greater Boston area by planning,… Learn More
The Greater Boston Steering Committee (GBSC) is an advisory board of Boston-based lay leaders that provides guidance to Keshet staff on its work in Greater Boston. The GBSC advises staff on local Keshet organizing and community-building… Learn More
The Massachusetts Parent Committee provides community and mentorship to Jewish parents/family members of LGBTQ children as part of the national Keshet Parent & Family Connection. We meet monthly to provide support for one another… Learn More
Looking to meet other transgender Jews?
The Transgender Working Group offers education programs and social support for transgender Jews and allies. We work for transgender inclusion within Keshet and the broader Jewish community.… Learn More
From social events to education to activism, we have something for everyone! Tell us what you are interested in and we'll take it from there.
“I came out when my daughter came out of the closet.” Overview of Keshet’s Parent & Family Connection, featuring interviews with parent mentors in Boston.…
Check out this article and some photos from this year’s Keshet Cabaret in the “Scene” section of the May/June issue of Boston Spirit Magazine!…