pRiSm: pRiSm's mission is to serves Philadelphia and the greater Delaware Valley's GLBT Jewish community and welcomes people of all gender and sexual identities. Since 1975, BA has provided a comfortable place for people of all sexual orientations and religious affiliations to experience Judaism. In July 2007 Beth Ahavah affiliated with Congregation Rodeph Shalom. Beth Ahavah retains its congregational status within the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) and its membership in the World Congress of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Jews: Keshet Ga'avah. Beth Ahavah proudly offers its congregation dual membership at both Beth Ahavah and Rodeph Shalom.
Chair: Heshie Zinman ([email protected])
Advocacy: Chair: Henry Patterson ([email protected])
Celebration: Chair: Susan Pultman ([email protected])
Education: Chair: Jocie Block ([email protected])

Article In Jewish Exponent quoting Gloria Becker:"Groups Come Together to Embrace LGBTQ Jews"

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 - 6:30pm

Join A Wider Bridge at Congregation Rodeph Shalom to hear about our mission of equality in Israel and equality for Israel. We will be leading a presentation on the status of LGBTQ rights in Israel, what challenges still exist for Israel's LGBTQ community, and how we engage the North American LGBTQ community on issues relating to Israel. RSVP by clicking here

This event is being co-sponsored by: J. Proud, Rodeph Shalom PRiSm, Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel, Tribe 12.

Kosher refreshments will be served.