We first hung our mezuzah and moved into our house in the quiet
Where do we go from here? As resident turnover and an expiring lease loom large on the horizon, the answer, I believe, lies in honing a social atmosphere that differs qualitatively from the atmosphere our community of young Jews experience in their day-to-day lives. This is to say that our strength, and value, is measurable within this contrast. Continuing to ensure Moishe House Palo Alto acts as a haven that fosters Jewish identity and Jewish life in a comprehensively welcoming way, is, I believe, the surest path to its continued success.