NYC – Park Slope

About Us

Welcome to Park Slope! Just 5 minutes away from the Barclays Center (hello accessible subways) and 20 minutes away from Prospect Park lies Moishe House Park Slope, snuggled into a brownstone community on a residential road just waiting for new neighbors. Our house is made up of four passionate leaders who gravitate towards the arts, social justice, and overall good times. Come experience new adventures and make friends who feel more like family than strangers. We work towards connecting and cultivating growth in our community and leaving people feeling happier and healthier than when they entered. Hope to see you soon! XOXO, MOHO Park Slope Family

WE ARE creating our Jewish future!

Moishe House NYC - Park Slope wouldn’t exist without the support of people who believe in us and what we do. Once a year, we ask our community members to participate in giving back through the WE ARE Campaign. Beginning Oct 3rd - Nov 20th, every dollar that you donate will go directly into programming here at Moishe House NYC - Park Slope! Thank you for supporting our house and making a difference in the future of Jewish life in Park Slope.



Our Residents

Andrew Davidov

Favorite Holiday
East Brunswick, New Jersey
Educator/Community Organizer

Goldie Greenwald

Favorite Holiday
Purim, because Vashti is a boss woman that I appreciate.
San Antonio, TX
Social Worker/Asylum Project Coordinator

Marisa Jones

Favorite Holiday
Anything that involves a wonderful crowd, yummy food, and generous energy!
Born in San Diego, CA. Raised in Ocean Springs, MS.
Artist/Story Teller/Teacher

Kevin Ary Levin

Favorite Holiday
Buenos Aires, Argentina


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Generously sponsored by: Anonymous, Jonathan Falik, Herbert and Sandi Feinberg, Lauren and Martin Geller, Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation, Sarah and Dan Reuven, Jill and Robert Smith, Ruth and Andrew Suzman, UJA-Federation of New York Also supported by: Michelle Lebowits and Michael Bender, Tamar Remz Fund of the Jewish Communal Fund, Local supporters through the annual resident-driven WE ARE Campaign

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