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…

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

Hang out and test your trivia knowledge with LGBTQ Jewish teens in grades 8-12 from across North America! Put your…

Join chef, travel writer, and photographer Shulie Madnick as she demonstrates how to make vegetable pakoras for Hanukkah this year!…

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

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

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

Community Calendar

November

November 25, 2020

Answers with Questions episode 2: Gregg Bordowitz with Joy Ladin & Kendall Thomas

Join us for the premiere of episode 2 of Answers with Questions, an advice show hosted by Gregg Bordowitz and…


December

December 1, 2020

Chicagoland LGBTQ Jewish Death Over Dinner

Chicagoland LGBTQ Jews: Join us for a facilitated conversation about death and end-of-life issues. Using a conversation guide made for…

December 3, 2020

SONiA disappear fear – JxJ Film & Music Virtual Festival

SONiA disappear fear in a live-in-studio recorded concert. JxJ Film & Music Virtual Festival replaces the in person JxJ Washington…

December 7, 2020

End-of-Life Wishes and Tahara as LGBTQ Jews

Chicagoland LGBTQ Jews: Jewish ritual surrounding death can be more complex for LGBTQ people. Tahara, the preparation of the body,…

December 21, 2020

I Was Not Born a Mistake

This beautiful documentary tells the true story of Yiscah Smith, who was living as an ultra-orthodox married man with six…

Keshet was a game-changer for our camp! We now have crystal clear understanding of LGBTQ terminology and the confidence to use it. Our counselors are much more intentional about the language they use to express the gender diversity among our campers. Thanks to Keshet, our campers and their families know that they will be fully embraced for who they are.

Sheryl Kirschenbaum, Director of Surprise Lake Camp
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