Baltimore

Baltimore/DC LGBTQ Meet Up

Baltimore/DC LGBTQ Meet Up

Get together with our Baltimore/DC Eshel family. Join us in this intimate, confidential setting to meet others, like yourself, in the extended Eshel network. WHAT: A small private gathering for people who identify as LGBT and are Orthodox, Ortho-curious or formerly Orthodox. It is also for parents of LGBT people who live within Orthodox communities and [more]
Eshel meetup in the Baltimore/DC Area

Eshel meetup in the Baltimore/DC Area

Get together with our Baltimore/DC Eshel family. Join us in this intimate, confidential setting to meet others, like yourself, in the extended Eshel network. WHAT: A small private gathering for people who identify as LGBT and are Orthodox, Ortho-curious or formerly Orthodox. It is also for parents of LGBT people who live within Orthodox communities and [more]
Eshel meetup in the Baltimore/DC Area

Eshel meetup in the Baltimore/DC Area

Get together with our Baltimore/DC Eshel family. Join us in this intimate, confidential setting to meet others, like yourself, in the extended Eshel network. WHAT: A small private gathering for people who identify as LGBT and are Orthodox, Ortho-curious or formerly Orthodox. It is also for parents of LGBT people who live within Orthodox communities and [more]
LGBTQ Advocacy Group Eshel to Host Retreat for Orthodox Parents

LGBTQ Advocacy Group Eshel to Host Retreat for Orthodox Parents

Originally posted on the Baltimore Jewish Times Sometimes, parents know their child is gay even before their child does. That was not at all the experience of Mindy Sager Dickler, whose family is modern Orthodox. Her son, Elie, coming out five-and-a-half years ago took her completely by surprise. Though Dickler and the rest of the [more]
Orthodox Woman Supports LGBTQ Community

Orthodox Woman Supports LGBTQ Community

  Originally posted on JMoreLiving “When a child comes out of the closet, a parent goes in,” says Mindy Dickler. A retired teacher, mother of three and member of the local Orthodox community, Dickler never considered what it might be like to have a gay child until 2011 when her son, Elie, came out to [more]