Join Moving Traditions on May 13 as we explore ways in which we can help teens become more resilient by thinking critically about the cultural messages they receive and by developing strong, healthy friendships.Continue Reading →
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Join Moving Traditions for one of our interactive webinars for educators and clergy where you can experience our curriculum firsthand and learn about our whole approach.Continue Reading →
On Tuesday, May 4, 2021, Moving Traditions celebrated Renée Sackey and our work emboldening Jewish youth to “Connect, Challenge, and Change.”Continue Reading →
On December 7, 2020, Moving Traditions brought together parents, grandparents, and educators to explore zoom mitzvahs, car mitzvahs, and other creative ways that the Jewish community is letting go of long-held expectations about the B’nai Mitzvah experience and embracing the unique possibilities of the moment.Continue Reading →
Please join us for a unique event on Zoom for Jewish teens and their parents in the greater-Philadelphia area to get a “taste-of” what Rosh Hodesh and Shevet are all about.Continue Reading →
Please join us for a unique event on Zoom for Jewish 8th grade girls and their parents in Los Angeles to get a “taste-of” what Rosh Hodesh is all about.Continue Reading →
Moving Traditions and Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia are excited to partner and bring you Tzelem, in collaboration with Keshet, a monthly program LGBTQ+ teens in Philadelphia. Learn more about our program and group facilitator, Galia Godel, on an interactive open house for teens on Monday, November 2 at 7:00 p.m. EST.Continue Reading →
Voting with a Feminist Lens is a workshop series to educate soon-to-be voters and newly registered voters on the importance of not only voting but also making their votes meaningful. Over the course of three hour-long sessions, we cover the importance of voting; the logistics of voting and voter registration; how women’s rights relate to social, political, and economic issues; and choosing a candidate that represents your values.Continue Reading →
Learn more about Tzelem Boston meet our and group facilitator, Rabbi Noam Lerman, on an interactive webinar for teens on Sunday, November 1 at 5:00 p.m. EST.Continue Reading →
This program is only for LGBTQ Jewish teens, ages 13-19.