London – Kilburn

About Us

Moishe House London-Kilburn (formally Moishe House London) was founded in October 2007 in Willesden Green and has recently moved to Kilburn. From our own home, we bring exciting, creative, non-denominational Jewish community to London, also welcoming and supporting our local community. From Friday night dinners to film showings, impromptu concerts to study sessions, meditation to jam sessions to social action events – the possibilities are endless.

Much of our programming is based around spirituality, the arts and social justice. We see ourselves as standing for experimental,creative and dynamic Judaism in the diaspora, and hope that our values will have a ripple effect on the Jewish and wider community.

There are four Moishe House residents in the House – Ben, Ella, Lior & Ariella

The rest is down to you – our friends and friends we don’t know yet. So get involved, drop in, have a cup of tea, dream up an event… Follow our events through our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/moholonw2/?__tn__=%2Cd%2CP-R&eid=ARAUIKgN6jqbkWjYX1Buj1FZ1xl4BfGVPVFznBxYAuuhZhTeMeiX2TvckPty4GoibIspF6uUSFH–f0k

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Our Residents

Lior Bar-El

Favorite Holiday
Passover
Hometown
Los Angeles
Profession
Economist in the civil service

Ella Grodzinski

Favorite Holiday
Passover
Hometown
London
Profession
Law student

Ben Shapiro

Favorite Holiday
Channukah
Hometown
London
Profession
Interfaith

Rachel Vogler

Favorite Holiday
Rosh Hashana
Hometown
London
Profession
Education and outreach at domestic violence charity

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Sponsors

Generously supported by: Genesis Philanthropy Group, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), Anonymous, The J.E. Joseph Charitable Trust, Jewish Joint Burial Society, Pears Foundation, Shoresh Charitable Trust, and Moishe House International Fund Also supported by: The Bridging Trust, Sir Trevor Chinn and young adult community builders giving back through our alumni Ambassador Circle and annual resident-driven WE ARE Campaign. This project has been funded by the Kantor Foundation and delivered with the support of the European Jewish Fund.

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