Bring in the Jewish New Year with these resources!
Go beyond apples and honey with traditional and new foods for participatory magic! Created by Binya Koatz and daph ben david with Keshet.
A big theme of the high holidays is "teshuvah," often translated as repentance. But teshuvah can mean so much more; it can also mean honoring yourself for who you are.
Hear from the perspective of a queer trans Jew about identity and belonging in Jewish spaces.
The holy, sacred, and ancestral roots of Pride and the High Holidays: "Not only was I literally walking in the steps of these ancestors, I was walking with them."
Read this moving poem by writer Hayden Cohen.
Rabbi Barbara Penzner explores the concept of ‘nistarot,’ hidden thoughts and secrets, to illuminate the different ways Jews have had to hide parts of their identities throughout Jewish history, and the ways that LGBTQ people too have had to hide parts of their identities.
Invite Ushpizin/ata, our LGBTQ+ Jewish ancestors, into your sukkah.
Download these gender-inclusive aliyah cards for your Torah service.
Finding Keshet for the first time? Just came out? Finally bringing together your Jewish and LGBTQ+ selves? We are so glad you are here.
Find LGBTQ inclusive Jewish institutions and clergy here.
Learn how you can make your Jewish community a place of inclusion for everyone.
Practical suggestions for your staff and greeters to help your Jewish institution become more welcoming to your diverse Jewish community.
Celebrate the Jewish High Holidays and important LGBTQ+ dates!
Sample language for different inclusion and non-discrimination policies, which you can adapt, adopt, and share with your own organization.
A tool to help identify what your community is or isn't doing as it relates to LGBTQ inclusion.
Keshet meets you and your community wherever you are in your journey to LGBTQ equality and inclusion, giving you the tools you need to take the next step forward.