Kspace Miami

3575 NE 207 St. #B20 Aventura, FL 33180

At Kspace we strive to become a second home for the young Jewish community ages 18-35 in the South Florida area. Our goal is to offer an open space for the youth to relax and have a good time while providing them with a path of enlightenment and tradition amongst a Jewish environment in order to awaken and strengthen their Jewish identity. With a board that is comprised of young adults, we are able to reach the youth, by understanding the youth. Through our entertaining and meaningful weekly events, we are committed to offering a means that will ignite the spiritual light found within every young Jewish soul. What is K Space? A Meeting Place for young Jewish adults ages 18-35 A Center for Jewish Learning An organization that plans various social activities. Why? Florida has one of the country's largest and growing young Jewish populations. It is time we bring the younger members of our community back to their faith. Young people need to connect with their peers in a safe and inviting environment Young people need positive outlets for self-expression in order to steer clear of drugs, violence and crime. All young people appreciate good leadership and role-models

Location South Dade
Phone 786-444-3484
Email info@kspacemiami.com
Website https://www.kspacemiami.com
Contacts Rabbi Yossi Smierc
Contacts
Name Phone Email
Yossi Smierc rabbismierc@gmail.com

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