As the skies darkened and streets quieted in a Detroit neighborhood on a recent Friday evening, a cozy brown brick home swelled with light and sound.
The residents at the newly opened Moishe House in historic Indian Village had invited visitors to celebrate a Shabbat dinner to end the work week. Organizers hope to make the house a hub of Jewish life for post-college 20-somethings “who might not want to join local institutions the way previous generations have,” a leader said.