The World Congress of GLBT Jews consists of around 50 member organizations
all over the world. The World Congress wishes: to be the worldwide voice of
LGBT Jews; to support, inspire, and strengthen local groups; to foster a sense of
community among diverse individuals and organizations; to achieve equality and
security for LGBT Jews worldwide. The World Congress holds conferences and
workshops representing the interests of lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgender
Jews around the world.
Mosaic: The National Jewish Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
Mosaic partners with Jewish organizations, communities, and individuals of every
denomination to create a world where all Jews are fully included in Jewish
communal life, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Founded in the
summer of 2003, Mosaic is the first and only national Jewish organization
dedicated to this structural change.
Twice Blessed: The Jewish GLBT Archives Online
The collection is unique and the largest in the world encompassing print, film,
video, music and crafts. The ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives is now the
custodian for the Twice Blessed collection and website. ONE Archives is
continuing the work of Johnny Abush by adding other Jewish LGBT materials to
significant holdings entrusted to our care by Johnny, and his family and friends.
This site is to provide a home on the Internet for Orthodox Gay Jewish Men. At
present, there are only a few groups around the world for gay, lesbian, bisexual,
and transgendered [GLBT] Orthodox Jews, and only one, of which we are aware,
for men only.
This is the sister site of Orthogays. It provides a home on the internet for
Welcome to JQYouth! We are a social/support group made up of frum/formerly
frum (“Frum” includes modern orthodox, yeshivish, chasidish and traditionalconservative) gay, bi, trans and lesbian Jews ages 17-30. We meet regularly for monthly meetings and informal social get togethers. In addition we have an anonymous online discussion group.
The Gay and Lesbian Yeshiva and Day School Alumni Association
Our purpose is to provide a safe space for people to integrate their Jewish and
gay identities, in a self-affirming, positive manner, through discussion, socializing,
and other activities. Our goal is to establish a friendly and supportive community
for lesbian and gay yeshiva and day school alumni, and all others with a
commitment to their Jewish heritage.
Religious Action Center
The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (RAC) has been the hub of
Jewish social justice and legislative activity in the nation's capital for over 40
years. It has educated and mobilized the American Jewish community on
legislative and social concerns as an advocate in the Congress of the United
States on issues ranging from Israel and international religious freedom to
economic justice and civil rights, to international peace and religious liberty. It
works in over sixty issues areas, including equal rights for the LGBT community.
Union for Reform Judaism Dep. of Jewish Family Concerns
The committee on Gay and Lesbian Inclusion works with congregations and
communities to develop a more welcoming, inclusive culture. We have resources
to help; including referrals to local organizations, liturgy appropriate for a variety
of communities and Kulanu, our program guide for congregations implementing
gay and lesbian inclusion.
Resources in Israel
This website is a source of news, information and resources for GLBT people
living and traveling across the Middle East.
Jerusalem Open House
The Jerusalem Open House (JOH) is a grassroots, activist organization of
lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and allies. Since 1997, we
have worked to make our city a place where all people are free to seek selffulfillment.
The Agudah: The Association of Gay Men, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgender in Israel
The Agudah (formerly the SPPR) is a volunteer-based non-profit organization
serving the GLBT community in Israel. The Agudah is the only national GLBT
organization in the Middle East.
This is a site that focuses on Israel from the gay perspective. Its focus is on gay tourism.