The Great Challah Bake
Song, Spirituality & Sisterhood!

Wednesday November 9, 2016 at 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
The Baltimore Convention Center   Doors open at 5:30pm

$10 in advance; $20 at the door

Eventbrite - Baltimore Shabbat Project-The Great Challah Bake

Transportation:  Buses will depart at 5:30pm from 3 different pick-up locations- Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, Greenspring Shopping Center and Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC(DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR BUSES HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO SUN 11/6).  Arrow Parking Garage will have heavily discounted parking(limited) and light rail.

Imagine the ENERGY and the POWER of 4,000 Jewish women from all corners of Baltimore mixing it together at THE GREAT CHALLAH BAKE.  With 6,000 pounds of flour, 10,000 ounces of oil and 8,000 eggs, we will each make 2 traditional challahs from scratch( baked at home!) in preparation for Shabbat.

DJ Balagan will keep the Jewish music rolling and everyone dancing as we knead, braid, sing, and sway.  Join us to experience, connect and unite. Jewish Baltimore will never be the same!

The Baltimore Shabbat Project will provide the ingredients, you bring the spirit and your tickets! Take it to the max at The Baltimore Convention Center.

**There will be no food served at The Baltimore Convention Center. Please make sure to plan ahead.  However, there will be snacks provided on the bus sponsored by Seven Mile Market. 

Special Table Options: Vegan, Gluten Free, ASL, Hebrew and Russian Speaking              #kneadingittogether

Senior Challah BakeWed, Nov 9  6:45 p.m   Join Seniors at Peregrine’s Landing at Tudor Heights to bake Challah. Personal assistance provided. Wheelchair accessible van can pick up local seniors with an rsvp by Thurs. Nov 2.     Rsvp  410-318-8000

SPONSORS:  Myriad Genetics, The Jewish Times-The Official Media Sponsor, LIfebridge, The Associated, Etz Chaim, Badges, Buttons…Plus!!, Rosendorffs. Parisers, Kleins- Shoprite, Seven Mile Market, Saval Foods, Domino Sugar, Ebenshade Farm, Acme Paper, Arrow Parking, Fram Monument, Sol Levinson’s, Baltimore Jewish Home, Baltimore Jewish Life and The Baltimore Shabbat Project

Click here for last year’s full photo album and article in the Baltimore Jewish Times



“I just relocated here to Baltimore. My daughter and I decided to go to The Challah Bake and I met a wonderful friend, Yona; and through her, we have met other people.  I never before made challah. It was amazing.”

 – Debbie Hager Katz

Information on baking Challah

How‎ to do hafrashat challah:

Pictures from the 2016 Great Challah Bake

Pictures from 2014 Great Challah Bake