Abstract. Religious moderation is the essence of religion itself. During the COVID 19 pandemic, it was recommended to study at home to make the use of social media more widespread. Thus the influence of social media and parental involvement to supervise learning and the use of social media is increasingly widespread. This paper aims to reveal the influence of social media and parental supervision on the religious moderation of students during the COVID 19 period.This research is quantitative research with a survey approach with a population of all students at MTsN 7 East Jakarta. The sample of 317 students used the Stratified Proportional Random sampling technique. Research data were obtained using valid and reliable social media instruments, parental supervision, and religious moderation. Data analysis using multiple regression analysis. It was concluded that there was an influence of social media on religious moderation, there was no influence of parental supervision on religious moderation, there was the influence of social media and parental supervision together on religious moderation. The coefficient of determination The effect of social media and parental supervision together on the religious moderation of students is 17.3%.