Three years ago in South Africa, on the Thursday evening before the Shabbat of the inaugural Shabbos Project, about 3,000 women united in the streets of Johannesburg to prepare challah dough together. It was a truly momentous occasion — spine-tingling for all those who were there.
Last year, in honor of the inaugural international Shabbos Project, 250 local women joined the thousands and thousands of women preparing challah dough together across the globe. The Challah Bake transcended all differences in ideology, outlook and affiliation, and brought Jewish women together in a deeply meaningful way.
This year, we are looking forward to bringing 300+ women and girls together at the newly renovated Bensalem High School for another Challah Bake.
Preregistered participants will receive a free apron. For onsite registrants, there will be a charge of $5 per apron.
Doors open at 6:15 p.m., and the program begins at 6:45.