One Moon, One Wall, One People

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The deadline has now passed.


Raise your voice in solidarity with Women of the Wall. Click here for ways in which you can advocate for women and men to have full religious freedom at the Western Wall.


We’ve developed new resources to help you teach tweens and teens about Women of the Wall.

Why are we doing this?

Rosh Hodesh and Moving Traditions

For centuries, the celebration of the new moon, Rosh Hodesh, has been a time when women gather to draw strength from being in community, learn, sing, and imagine a better world.

Moving Traditions nurtures the gatherings of thousands of adolescent girls in Rosh Hodesh groups across North America. These girls have watched from a distance as women in Israel have struggled to make a place for themselves to celebrate Rosh Hodesh in front of the Western Wall.

Teen boys also have seen the news footage and wondered how they can help.

Now that this struggle is in the headlines around the world, we owe it to the next generation to include them in this public discussion.