A fund-raising event to support the (CHGS) Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies-Muskegon
Our mission: values to diffuse hate and encourage diversity through commemoration and education using the Holocaust and other genocides as a lens through which to reflect, learn and think critically and apply lessons learned from the Holocaust and genocide and personal strength.
Holiday Breads has been the primary means to raise funds for the programs of the CHGS. The Center’s roots go back to 1995 when a Holocaust Commemoration was first held in Muskegon at Samuel Lutheran Church. Since then we have brought scholars, survivors, teachers, workshop leaders to Muskegon to help educate and raise awareness of race and bigotry.
We offer table breads, coffee breads, dessert breads that are common in Europe. Some of the offerings come from the Jewish community and have no dairy products in them and can be eaten with meat or dairy meals. They are not kosher because they are not made in a “kosher” kitchen.
Order $40.00 and up will receive a CHGS/Holiday Breads Tote
How do I order bread?
There are three ways:
- 1. You may go to our website and download the ORDER FORM and send it to the email address provided.
- 2. You may send your order by email usig an order form secured through your faith community or requested by phone or email.
- 3. You may order by phone, leaving your name, phone number and order.
You will receive a confirmation of your order. You will need to select a date for pick up on the order form. If you live closer to First Baptist Church on Quarterline Road you may call the church or indicate on the order form that you will pick it up at First Baptist rather than the regular pick up place at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church at Norton Avenue and Roosevelt Road.
Regular mail: Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies PO Box 452 Muskegon Michigan 49440
We always have bread available for sale on pick up days PLUS other items that are not available for ordering.