CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Residents of Moishe House learn to live together, laugh together, split the rent and, above all, share the faith.

That goal puts a premium on event planning, on drawing kindred spirits to their humble home.

On a recent afternoon, Raychel Bone, Sam Selker, Naima Cohn and Taliesin Haugh — all of whom are in their early 20s — sat on their front porch in the Coventry neighborhood of Cleveland Heights and mulled the surprise successes.