Moishe House Buckhead held a formal mezuzah-hanging ceremony Sunday night, Oct. 8, five months after opening as the 100th house for the international organization and third in Atlanta.

Moishe House was founded 11 years ago as a place for young Jewish adults to connect through events and programming chosen and organized by house residents, and to engage in their communities on their own terms.

Through the end of September, the Toco Hills, Virginia-Highland and Buckhead houses had hosted 953 unique participants, with total attendance of 2,913, at 168 programs. Recent events included New to ATL Happy Hour and Break Fast Bagel Bash.

Moishe House Toco Hills resident Matt Goldberg talks about the ways the organization has enriched his life.

Now there are 108 Moishe Houses in 27 countries, with 111 likely by year’s end. As long as community support continues, a fourth Moishe House in the Atlanta area is possible.