Make Dayton your home! We have a warm, vibrant Jewish community. There are lots of reasons to move here…check out this video for more information!

Need more convincing that Dayton is a great place to live?  Check out our top 10:

  1. Dayton is one of the one of the top 10 most affordable cities to live.
  2. Dayton has one of the nation’s largest paved trail networks – our metroparks are great!
  3. Dayton is the adventure capital of the Midwest.
  4. Dayton and western Ohio offer a perfect blend of affordability, job opportunities and more.
  5. The Dayton region is one of the most hikable areas in the country.
  6. The Dayton region has a suburb ranked best place to live in Ohio. And downtown Dayton is booming!
  7. The Dayton region has a vast array of higher education options.
  8. The Dayton region is the forerunner to the SIlicon Valley.
  9. Dayton, Ohio has changed the world.
  10. Dayton, Ohio is one of the best places to explore the arts and culture.

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JewishDayton COVID 19 : Community Event Updates

JewishDayton COVID 19 : Community Event Updates

In the midst of a rapidly evolving COVID19 situation within the Miami Valley and across the United States, we as an organization are taking all of the steps outlined by the State of Ohio and the Montgomery County Department of Health in order to both prevent the community spread of the virus and support containment efforts.

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Cathy’s WHIM – #Dayton Strong

Cathy’s WHIM – #Dayton Strong

Our city of Dayton has been inundated with an unprecedented amount of challenges in the past months. This weekend, the pain that has recently been felt in Pittsburgh, in Gilroy, and in El Paso, came to Dayton and it has impacted us all.

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Jewish Observer

By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer In a talk at Temple Israel nearly 30 years ago, celebrated local artist Ray Must made a point that was important to him: “I am a Jew who is an artist, not a ‘Jewish artist.’ My work is directed to wider audiences and The post Look at Us celebrates our Jewish artists & artisans appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

By Rabbi Levi Simon, Chabad of Greater Dayton There is a captivating story in the Talmud that illuminates the extent to which Judaism values, loves, and is tolerant of all people — and teaches us to do the same. There was once a gentile who wished to convert to Judaism The post Rabbi Hillel’s strong call to action appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Beavercreek’s library has a new name: on June 21 it was renamed the Carol Graff Beavercreek Library in honor of the city’s former mayor and current Greene County Public Library president. Carol has served for 19 years on the board of the county’s public library system, seven of them as The post Mazel Tov! appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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