Congregation Ohev Sholom – The National Synagogue takes matzah baking seriously. If they hosted a matzah baking activity to teach children about the mitzvah, it would have been enough. If they got a matzah oven to bake kosher for Pesach matzah by hand, it would have been enough. If they made sure the wheat was watched (shmurah) from the moment of harvest, it would have been enough. But this year, Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld helped harvest the grain himself, and members of the congregation of all ages hand-ground 200 pounds of wheat berries into RaSHI flour. (RaSHI stands for reichayim shel yad, meaning milled by hand.) Next week, they will bake the flour into RaSHI matzahs — only time will tell if they will make enough!