HOUSTON (January 13, 2021) – The IMpower Women’s Initiative at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston (Interfaith Ministries) is hosting the Life Is What You Bake It event, an exciting and interactive culinary experience that you can be a part of! Cook along with Chef Keisha Griggs and Chef Wafdia Ibrahim, enjoy conversation with moderator Karen Harberg and spend an evening full of fun and flavor-filled bites. During this event, participants will learn more about the chef’s personal stories and Interfaith Ministries work to support the Greater Houston community.

The Life Is What You Bake It event will be held virtually on Monday, January 25, 2021 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Tickets are available now to purchase online; a general admission ticket costs $25 and a VIP admission costs $50 and includes a sampler dessert available for pickup in Midtown Houston. To learn more about this event, register and purchase a ticket, visit  https://www.imgh.org/events/impower-culinary-experience/.

This event is being sponsored by Community Sponsors: Barbara and Stephen Shepard; and Dessert Sponsors: Dee Dee Dochen & Susan Farb-Morris, Karen & Jay Harberg, Vicki & Rodney Merwin, and Schneider Kitchens Toffee, Susan Schneider.


IMpower Women’s Initiative, a program of Interfaith Ministries’ Interfaith Relations and Community Partnerships Program, is a membership group that unites a diverse group of women in dialogue and action. This program does so through holding community events, coffee chats, service projects, and large events to empower themselves, the next generation and the community. For more information, visit https://www.imgh.org/impower-womens-initiative/.


A United Way agency, Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston (Interfaith Ministries) brings people of diverse faith traditions together for dialogue, collaboration and service, as a demonstration of our shared beliefs. Interfaith Ministries provides four main services: Meals on Wheels for Greater Houston and Galveston County delivers more than two million meals each year to homebound seniors and people with disabilities across five counties; Refugee Services, in conjunction with the U.S. State Department, resettles hundreds of refugees in Houston; Interfaith Relations and Community Partnerships provides community services fostering understanding, respect and engagement among Houstonians of all faiths; and Volunteer Houston connects volunteers in transformative projects with area nonprofits. For more information, visit https://www.imgh.org/.