Join Elon Hillel Baking Challah at Allied Churches – Nov. 10

Elon students are going to Allied Churches in Burlington to learn more about the issues of hunger and homelessness and to make challah (traditional Jewish braided bread) with the residents and staff of Allied Churches. 

Elon students baking challah as part of Elon's "Challah for Hunger" chapter
Earlier this year, Hillel invited Allied Churches to join them on campus for a discussion on the intersection of Judaism and Homelessness in spirit of Sukkot, a Jewish holiday honoring the fall harvest.

In continuing this relationship and fostering a reciprocal relationship of learning, Hillel and Allied Churches are working together to host a Challah for Hunger Event this Sunday, Nov. 10 from 1-4 p.m. Hillel is coordinating to bring Elon students to Allied Churches to learn more about the issues of hunger and homelessness. Throughout the day, Hillel will work together with students, residents and staff to learn about and make Challah.

Transportation will be provided.  For more information contact Mat Goldberg Contact Mat Goldberg or Danielle Scheinman