The Pomegranate Project was an activity designed for Kol Ami's Mitzvah Day. For it, I created a giant papier mâché pomegranate and stem, and organized the accompanying activity. This required congregants to complete the fruit by authoring little plastic seeds. Based on the Jewish belief that our good deeds or mitzvot should be as plentiful as seeds in a pomegranate, congregants transferred some of the mitzvot scattered throughout the Torah onto the seeds. The activity enabled the Kol Ami community to reacquaint themselves with the 613 mitzvot, while creating a beautiful object of art. Conversational and fun, the activity sparked endless discussion and curiosity. This it is a wonderful activity for Mitzvah Day, but is not limited to Jewish groups. Any community with an interest in religious history can participate.