Jewish, LGBT And Looking For…: Your One-Stop Shop for Jewish Institutions

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Looking for a safe and inclusive institution?

Looking for a day school that offers materials listing “Parent 1/Parent 2” instead of “Mother/Father”?

Want to find a synagogue that offers all-gender or non-gendered bathrooms?

Seeking a JCC with LGBT events on the calendar?

Need a rabbi or a cantor who will perform a wedding for a same-sex couple?

Keshet’s new Equality Guide is a user-friendly database connecting LGBT Jews and their loved ones to inclusive institutions and clergy across the country. Already, over 700 synagogues, camps, JCCs, rabbis and cantors have listed themselves.

But we know there are more of you out there—just as we know that there are plenty of people already looking for an institution near them. So we invite you to come peruse, search, look around, and keep us in mind. Plus, please make sure that the inclusive institutions in your life get added to the Guide! Just click here to get started.

Plus, we’re always looking to add more information, making the guide a stronger and better resource all the time. So if you’re proud of the fact that your campus Hillel has out LGBT staff, if you’re a rabbi who would love to perform same-sex kiddushin, if your synagogue has programming for LGBT Jews—please let us know!

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