Flour, yeast, eggs, oil, salt, sugar, and water… a few simple ingredients of a traditional challah bread can fill your kitchen with an amazing aroma. Whether you bake your own or pick up a loaf on your way home, challah brings people together.
Now through a new JF&CS Challah Baking program, volunteers at temples throughout Greater Boston are gathering to bake and deliver challah and share Shabbat dinner with adults with disabilities.
“Our goal is to be able to provide a Shabbat experience for adults with disabilities who live in the community and an opportunity for congregants to meet and share Jewish life experiences,” said Sandy Slavet, Director of JF&CS Jewish Life Services for People with Disabilities .
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