Moving Traditions and Keshet are excited to partner and bring you Tzelem for LGBTQ+ Jewish teens, in Central Massachusetts.
Tzelem offers a safe, supportive space to make new friends and explore issues like:
- Life transitions
- Healthy Relationships
- Body Positivity
- Mental Health
- Jewish Identity
- And much more!
Group Leader Noam Mason
Noam Mason (they/them) is a Jewish educator and Judaica artist focusing in nature-inspired Jewish prayer shawls. Noam is also a Tot Shabbat educator and USY advisor with Congregation Beth Israel in Worcester. They are passionate about organizing and facilitating intentional exploratory spaces where Jews of all backgrounds, centering those of marginalized experiences, can determine and celebrate what Jewishness means for them. In addition to their work as an artist and teacher, Noam is a mikveh guide and bookworm and can typically be found ranting about their latest read to their geriatric cat, Jamie.
Registration is now closed.
For additional information about this program, please contact:
Stacy Shapiro, LCSW, R.J.E
Northeast Regional Manager, Moving Traditions
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Your gift to Moving Traditions emboldens Jewish youth to thrive through the pursuit of personal wellbeing (shleimut), caring relationships (hesed), and a Jewish and feminist vision of equity and justice (tzedek).