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.