Tzelem is a monthly group for Jewish trans, nonbinary and genderqueer teens.
The Tzelem program 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!
Please join us on Sunday, November 1 at 5:00 p.m. EST for a Boston Tzelem Open House. Click here to learn more.
Group Leader Rabbi Noam Lerman
Rabbi Noam Lerman (they/them) is originally from Milwaukee, WI, and was ordained at Hebrew College in June 2020. Noam has acted as a chaplain for elders, incarcerated, and previously incarcerated individuals fighting for survival and healing. They are the founder of Sha’arey Ometz Gates of Resilience, a new online- based Jewish spiritual community, as well as Der Tkhines Proyekt. Through Der Tkhines Proyekt, Noam teaches experimental and songful workshops about tkhines, which are old Yiddish prayers written by women, and gender-non-conforming people. They are one of the co-founders and organizers of Let My People Sing!, an intergenerational and liberatory Jewish singing retreat. Noam is a musician, Hebrew scribe, Restorative Justice Circle Keeper, and deeply enjoys spending time in nature.
Tzelem Boston Meetings
Meetings will take place online.
For additional information about this program, please contact:
Stacy Shapiro, LCSW, R.J.E
Northeast Program Specialist, Moving Traditions
Assistant Director of Education, Temple Israel of Boston