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:
- Attend an event! We have something for everyone: Shabbat dinners, film screenings, a queer Jewish text study, Hanukkah party, a casual night out at a bar, a community picnic.
- Bring us to your school or synagogue to do a training on LGBT inclusion.
- Help mobilize the local Jewish community in support of LGBT civil rights.
- Are you the parent of an LGBTQ child? Join our Boston Parent & Family Connection.
- Want to get more involved and help plan fabulous events? Contact Boston Regional Manager Chasiah Haberman.
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 Keshet for a night of theater. We will see a series of short plays put on by the Brown Box Theatre Project with a post show conversation and reception to follow. Tickets to the event are free, however Keshet is reserving tickets as a group…
When our kids, friends, congregants, students, and community members come out, the world they enter can be foreign and unknown to us. Asking our loved ones to be our guides may feel invasive, awkward, or intimidating. What…
Please join Keshet for an afternoon of readings and moderated conversation with accomplished lesbian and queer Jewish writers Lesléa Newman
and Aurora Levins Morales
. Lesléa and Aurora will both read selections from…
Groups and Committees
Greater Boston Steering Committee
The Greater Boston Steering Committee (GBSC) is an advisory board… Learn More
Parent & Family Connection: Massachusetts Committee
The Massachusetts Parent Committee provides community and mentorship to Jewish… 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.
In the News
Keshet board member Rabbi Becky Silverstein spoke with The Jewish Advocate
about gender identity and what it means to be LGBT in the Jewish community.…
Two Boston-based individuals—a doctor and a filmmaker, both leaders in the movement towards transgender inclusion—are being honored at Keshet’s annual awards dinner on April 30.…