In a non-descript home on a quiet, tree-lined street in La Jolla, big things are happening. For the past two years, a community has been forming here. One with members who truly care about one another and share a common interest in and love for Judaism, whatever form that may take in their individual lives. The home, a tan stucco one-story with an inviting porch, big kitchen and dining areas and a back patio area that encourages the gathering to continue outdoors, is Moishe House San Diego, and it’s revolutionized the meaning of community for local Jews in their 20s.