OWINGS MILLS, Md. (WMAR) - Members of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faith all joined together to make over 4,000 meals and prepare 175 casseroles for Paul's Outreach Center as part of the 'Holy Casseroley' event.
The event was held on Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Har Sinai Congregation in Owings Mills.
Volunteers came together and prepared 175 casseroles in honor of Har Sinai's Congregation's 175th year as the oldest Reform Jewish congregation in the United States.
“Instead of focusing on what makes us different, 'Holy Casseroley' demonstrates that we really are much the same. Each of us faces challenging times at some point. If we join hands, focus on kindness and help each other we’ll all succeed, " said Arleen Shepherd, organizer of Holy Casseroley.Holy Casseroley Holy Casseroley hopes to unite Baltimore by allowing over 150 people who don't know each other forge friendships as they toss pasta, mix sauces, and layer lasagnas.
Holy Casseroley hopes to unite Baltimore by allowing over 150 people who don't know each other forge friendships as they make casseroles for community outreach.