This program is only for LGBTQ Jewish teens, ages 13-19.
Pictures, video and summaries of our events.
Sex, flirting, and romance are of central importance to teens—and, even in this time of social distancing, teens still need their parents’ guidance to navigate this important aspect of their lives.
Moving Traditions’ CEO Deborah Meyer along with Moving Traditions staff and Kol Koleinu Teen Fellows—spoke with Jennifer S. Hirsch and Shamus Kahn, coauthors of the landmark study, Sexual Citizens, who will share their research findings and discuss implications for teens and their parents.Continue Reading →
Moving Traditions Webinar for clergy who are interested in implementing our innovative B’nai Mitzvah family education program, which will include online curriculum in the coming year.Continue Reading →
Moving Traditions held a 90-minute training for camp staff on June 26 for those who will serve as virtual camps counselors.Continue Reading →
We hope that you will join us to learn more about the role that the Moving Traditions’ B’nai Mitzvah program can play in supporting b’nai mitzvah families and hear how clergy and educators are successfully engaging families online during this difficult time.Continue Reading →
Alisha Pedowitz and Rabbi Daniel Brenner facilitate a conversation for camp professionals about the possibilities for virtual camp in 2020Continue Reading →
Join other Jewish non-binary and gender-questioning teens like you and a trained adult Jewish non-binary mentor for an interactive and hopeful program on mental health and coping during challenging times.Continue Reading →
Join Moving Traditions for a Rosh Hodesh Sivan event for teen girls that focuses on building strength, resilience and sisterhood in the face of ongoing stress and loss, using ritual, self-care and body awareness.Continue Reading →
Celebrating the national participants in our 2019-20 Kol Koleinu Teen Feminist Fellowship.
Links to their projects and more information.
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A panel discussion with New York Times bestselling author, Peggy Orenstein, Rabbi Daniel Brenner, Shevet Group Leader David Lieberman, and former Shevet participant Isaac Santelli.Continue Reading →