Young Adults

Engaging the Next Generation

Young leaders are the future of our Jewish community. Our community is engaging younger adults in Judaism’s rich tradition, history and culture with a wide array of programs and social networking opportunities.

NEXTGen (JFGI's group for young adults in their 20s, 30s, and 40s) hosts monthly happy hours, an an­nual "ugly hol­i­day sweater" Chanukah party (pic­tured), the ATID lead­er­ship pro­gram, vol­un­teer ef­forts, and more!

In­dy­Chai (a group for Jews in their 20s and 30s hosted by In­di­anapo­lis He­brew Con­gre­ga­tion) holds Shab­bat din­ners, spir­i­tual dis­cus­sions, movie nights, game nights, break-the-fasts, and more.

Chabad's Young Jew­ish Pro­fes­sion­als group hosts pro­grams like chal­lah bak­ing, Chanukah "Mys­tery Bus Ride" (to Sky­Zone), axe throw­ing, and more.

Indy's branch of Moishe House, led by David Heil­bron and Alexis Grant, hosts Passover seders, Shab­bat din­ners, bagel brunches, local mee­tups (Earth Day at the J, farmer's mar­ket, Broad Rip­ple Duck Race) and more.

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