THE GREAT BIG CHALLAH BAKE LAS VEGAS -
Event Sponsor: $180
Event Partner: Enter a donation amount
PLEASE NOTE: REGISTRATION CLOSES NOV. 2
Date And Time
Thursday, Nov. 5, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Challah Kit Contactless Pick UP:
Wednesday, Nov. 4th, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Online Zoom Event ID And Password will be emailed to registrants before event
Join hundreds of thousands of Jewish women around the globe participating in The Shabbat Project and The Great Big Challah Bake Las Vegas - At Home!
On November 5th at 7:00 PM our community will be joining women around the world baking challah in honor of Shabbat. This year’s Great Big Challah Bake will have a special twist, as we will bake in our own kitchens. All the ingredients you will need will be provided in a challah kit available for CONTACTLESS pickup in both Henderson and Summerlin. on Wednesday, Nov. 4th. We will join together via Zoom on Thursday, Nov. 5th, for the actual bake. Great challah, inspiration, prayer, song, and friends will come together to create a fun and uplifting experience.
This year's bake features international Jewish outreach personality Eve Levy!
We would like to thank The Sam And Fran Hamburg Foundation for generously sponsoring this year's challah bake.
Advance registration required by Nov. 2
About The Shabbat Project:
It all started in South Africa in 2013, when Chief Rabbi Dr Warren Goldstein called on the community to keep the Shabbat of 14 October together – to astonishing effect. In the days and weeks that followed, communities across the Jewish world lit up with the excitement of the prospect of bringing The Shabbat Project to their city.
The idea is simple: Jews from all walks of life, from across the spectrum of religious affiliation, young and old, from all corners of the world – come together to experience the magic of one full Shabbat kept together – in full accordance with Jewish law.
The wholehearted embrace of The Shabbat Project by Jews from across every conceivable divide – language, culture, background, geography, level of observance – demonstrates in the most graphic fashion the depth and beauty of the connection between Shabbat and the Jewish people.