An outbreak of valuable discussion and a flurry of innovative ideas aimed at highlighting the best ways to engage Jewish young adults in volunteer community service resulted when Moishe House and Repair the World partnered to host their first-ever Jewish service learning retreat last month at the Pearlstone Center in Reisterstown, north of Baltimore. The retreat played host to 24 young adults – all active in their Jewish communities-from 16 cities across the country. Most participants live in Moishe Houses. Located in 49 cities, including Rockville and the District, Moishe Houses lodge three to five Jewish 20-somethings who use their digs to spark organic Jewish communities and supply local hubs for their peers.