Event Calendar

Join us for a text study, a holiday celebration, or a relaxed night out. All of our events are open to LGBTQ Jews, friends, and family.

Keshet Events

Join Miles Taffert and Hadar Pepperstone as we learn more about queer and Jewish art — and have chances to…

While Judaism and Jewish community can bring beauty and meaning to our lives, they have also been weaponized and used…

Come together with other Jewish LGBTQ+ families to celebrate Havdalah, the end of Shabbat, and the beginning of the new…

Join LGBTQ Jewish teens, ages 14-18, and their allies to build community, connect with others, be supported, and have fun!…

Join LGBTQ Jewish teens, ages 14-18, and their allies to build community, connect with others, be supported, and have fun!…

The UJA-Keshet Leadership Project is a yearlong training and consultation program for Jewish organizations to strengthen their work for LGBTQ…

Join Miles Taffert and Hadar Pepperstone as we learn more about queer and Jewish art — and have chances to…

Just in time for Passover, Keshet is proud to invite you to join Chef Rossi, the inimitable and fabulous owner…

Mimouna is a traditional festival celebrated by Moroccan Jews the day after Passover, marking the return to eating chametz (leavened…

Come together with other Jewish LGBTQ+ families to celebrate Havdalah, the end of Shabbat, and the beginning of the new…

Come together with other Jewish LGBTQ+ families to celebrate Havdalah, the end of Shabbat, and the beginning of the new…

There is a link between paper cutting and Shavuot, which stems from an old practice of decorating homes and synagogues…

Community Calendar

March

March 10, 2021

Proud Iranian Parents

Join us for a powerful evening of storytelling and open panel discussion about LGBTQ+ & Ally identity in the Iranian…

March 23, 2021

JQ Virtual Support Groups

As part of our commitment to supporting our community in every way we can, JQ is eager to be launching…


April

April 25, 2021

Where You Go I Will Go: Same-Sex Marriage & Jewish Law

In 2015, same-sex marriage became legal across the US. Changing “bride” and “groom” to “spouse” on licenses was all it…

I felt the largest connection to Judaism I have ever experienced and my hatred for myself transformed into an overwhelming sense of pride. That weekend changed my life for the better.

Teen Shabbaton Participant
Keshet

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