Beit Haverim is a Law 1901 organization. Composed of LGBT Jews and their friends, the organization is structured around three founding principles: Community, Identity, and Citizenship. When we say community, we aim to host and find community with each other during warm and festive moments. When we say identity, we mean to dialogue around our double identities of being LGBT and Jewish. When we say citizenship, we strive to take part in conversations and direct actions within our society. This involves combatting homophobia, transphobia, other forms of queerphobia, and anti-semitism.
Each month, Beit Haverim organizes a number of activities including a movie viewing club, a Jewish history workshop, ulpan (Hebrew learning courses), community and cultural outing, and dinners. Please visit our website at https://beit-haverim.com/ if you would like to join our organization.
Beit Haverim in 2017 Celebrates 40 Years
The Beit Haverim is delighted to welcome you to Paris for the World Congress of GLBT Jews’ 23rd Conference. We look forward to a conference on the various currents that are affecting LGBT persons’ rights, image and position in our societies, recreational activities to enjoy the city, explore Paris’ Jewish heritage, taste the food, and feel the beat of local nightlife.