Registration is open for our first-ever virtual Shabbaton. This event is led by teens, for teens, and offers LGBTQ and ally Jewish youth the chance to build meaningful friendships with peers from across the United States!
Being a teenager is hard. For queer Jewish teens, the social pressures to fit in or the anxieties of standing out may feel even harder—especially in a world where homophobia, transphobia and antisemitism are on the rise. At Keshet’s Shabbat retreats, LGBTQ and ally Jewish teens are able to exhale; to find their place and their voice as emerging Jewish leaders. Together, they build meaningful friendships, engage in deep Jewish learning and return home to build a world we can all be proud of.+ More... - Less...
Until Monday, January 18, 2021 at 9:00 pm
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