Skip to content
What We Do
Who We Are
Racial Justice Commitment
In the News
Advertise With Us
Submit an Incident Report
First Night Seders
Second Night Seders
More Passover Events
Local Passover Noshing
Ways to Give Back
Resources and Reading
New to DC
Beyond the Tent Retreat
Open Doors Fellowship
Volunteer in DC
Rabbis of DC
DMV Jewish Orgs
Kosher Food Finder
Place Your Ad
Event Listing Policy
Jewish Person of the Week
Spotted in Jewish DC
Spotted in Jewish NoVA
Become a Moishe House With Out Walls Host!
by Syvan Diamond / March 8, 2017
Do you love to host events with your friends and want money to do so?
Without Walls gives you the opportunity to create a Jewish community that is unique to who you are.
Without Walls expands on the mission of
by empowering non-residents with the financial and programmatic support they need to build the communities they envision. MHWOW provides the opportunity to create peer-led community programs that are unique to each and every host in our community. Whether that means hosting a Shabbat dinner for your friends twice a month, or building a sukkah and hosting a barbecue to celebrate the holiday, or even hosting a social event to bring your crowd together, MHWOW is an opportunity to build and explore what the idea of Jewish community means to you. Check out
to learn more about
Without Walls and apply to start hosting!
Check out a couple of our DC Hosts:
Jewish Guy of the Year
Kevin Lieberman recently moved to Ann Arbor, MI, to start graduate school. Prior, as an active MHWOW host in D.C., Kevin had helped create community for his peers in a city with four
in the greater metro area. Upon moving to a city without a
, Kevin was immediately able to transfer his skills to build community in Ann Arbor, leading ongoing activities and programs for other Jewish young adults, including a special weekend-long retreat for 21 Jewish graduate students.
Moishe House Columbia Heights resident Alyssa, 22, was living in Tucson, AZ, a community without a
, when she first attended a Passover Learning Retreat outside of Phoenix in February 2015.The Passover Learning Retreat inspired Alyssa to begin leading programming for her peers in Tucson, culminating in a weekend-long retreat in early 2016. Recently, Alyssa relocated to Washington, D.C., where she has taken her involvement to the next level, becoming a resident of one of the local
, and starting a job at Hillel as a Program/ Operations Associate.
Wednesday, March 15th
come sip and schmooze at the
Columbia Heights and learn more about becoming a
Without Walls Host! Both current and prospective hosts will be in attendance, as well as current
residents and alumni.
Feel free to RSVP on Facebook or join us at the
Columbia Heights on
1453 Harvard St. NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20009