Moishe House has been awarded the Jerusalem Unity Prize in the international category. Moishe House received the prize for its worldwide success in engaging Jewish young adults in meaningful ways and empowering them to create their own vibrant communities. Moishe House currently … [Read more...] about Moishe House awarded the Jerusalem Unity Prize
By David Cygielman Since its inception, Moishe House has always been engaged in Jewish work, but it has only been within the past five years that we have transitioned into a Jewish organization. And, it wasn’t until recently that I have begun to understand the transition we a … [Read more...] about Transitioning from an Organization Doing Jewish Work to a Jewish Organization
[Camp Nai Nai Nai, Moishe House’s Jewish summer camp for young adults, provides an opportunity for Jewish young adults from across the country to gather for a multi-night Jewish immersive experience. The first Camp Nai Nai Nai was held at Capital Camps in Pennsylvania in 2017. In … [Read more...] about A Transformational Camp Experience – for Adults
By Joshua Ladon Last November, when Moishe House gathered a bunch of Jewish educators, funders, residents, and staff to talk about their Jewish educational work and how it reflects the scope of the broader Jewish landscape for emerging adults, we uncovered an interesting gap … [Read more...] about What Does Ground-Up Jewish Education Look Like?
By Casper ter Kuile A rich tapestry of practices and stories, traditions and values, Jewish education is woven through the lives of Jews and those who love them. It teaches and practically supports us to live lives of greater meaning, justice, and connection. As someone who … [Read more...] about The Purpose of Jewish Education is to Help Us Become.