Three Loaves and One Hallelujah

Tour and Baking Workshop

A child's hands rolling some pastry.

After the Sacred Jerusalem tour, the students turn to bread and its use in the three monotheistic religions. We bake and taste types of bread that are tied to religious rituals.

by appointment
Where

Old Building

Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

On Erev Shabbat, Friday night, many Jewish families bless and eat loaves of traditional challah bread. During the Christian Eucharist, communion wafers represent the body of Christ. In Turkey, Muslims eat ramazan pidesi spread with eggs and butter during the fasting month of Ramadan, a tradition that is also widespread in Germany.

A girl in a kitchen apron kneading dough.

Jewish Museum Berlin;
photo: Nadja Rentzsch

Where

Old Building

Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

Where, when, what?

  • When

    By appointment

  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Where
    Old Building

    Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

  • Entry fee

    30 euros (including admission; for 15 ppl. + chaperons)

  • Information and Reservation

    Educational Department
    phone: +49 (0)30 259 93 305
    fax: +49 (0)30 259 93 412
    groups@jmberlin.de

  • Cost

    30 euros (including admission; for 15 ppl. + chaperons)

  • Age

    6 to 19

  • Teilnehmer*innenzahl

    max. 15

Workshops (7) Workshops for School Groups Show all

Workshops for School Groups

School groups can visit a variety of workshops at the museum.

The Arrival: A Theater-Education Approach

Workshop about Immigration – for School Groups

Three Loaves and One Hallelujah

Tour and Baking Workshop, for students aged 10-14

Jerusalem: A Bibliodrama Approach

Workshop for School Groups about Jerusalem and the Holy Scriptures

To Stay or Go? Biographical Learning and Creative Storytelling

Student Workshop on the Experiences of German Jews during the Nazi eras and the Topic of Exile

After Liberation: Photographs as Historical Sources

Workshop for school groups about Jewish daily life and new beginnings in DP camps

Archive with Eyewitnesses of History

This workshop for students aged 14 and older combines primary sources with meeting a historical eyewitness

Tours and Workshops Accompanying the Exhibition (12) Program for Schools Show all

Program for Schools

Here you can find all the tours and workshops for schools that accompany the exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem (11 December 2017 to 30 April 2019).

Jerusalem of Stone (ages 10-19)

Guided tour for students aged 10-19 on the cultural history of Jerusalem's walls

Jerusalem of Stone (ages 10-11)

Guided tour on the cultural history of Jerusalem's walls, for children aged 10-11

Sacred Jerusalem

Guided tour on Jerusalem's religious significance, for children aged 6-11

Sacred Jerusalem

Guided tour on Jerusalem's religious significance, for students aged 10-19

Three Loaves and One Hallelujah

Tour and baking workshop, for children aged 6-11

Three Loaves and One Hallelujah

Tour and baking workshop, for students aged 10-14

Historic Jerusalem

Tour for students aged 10 to 19 about the major Jerusalem exhibition

The Crazy Crooked House

Workshop for School Groups (Ages 6-11) on Libeskind's Architecture

Historic Jerusalem

Guided tour on Jerusalem's historical development, for children aged 10-11

Jerusalem: A Bibliodrama Approach

Workshop for school groups about Jerusalem and the Holy Scriptures, for students aged 14-19

Jerusalem in Conflict

Tour for students aged 14 to 19 about the major Jerusalem exhibition

German Jews during the National Socialist Era

Tour for Students aged 14-19 about the major Jerusalem exhibition

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Welcome to Jerusalem

Exhibition

11 December 2017 to 30 April 2019
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