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BIRTH

BRIT MILAH

Ritual Circumcision is a powerful and moving ceremony through which parents enter their son into the Jewish people's covenant with God, express gratitude for the new life they welcome and nurture, and establish his Jewish identity by giving him a Hebrew name. The Torah commands us to circumcise our newborn sons on the eighth day of their young lives. Rabbi Shulman or Rabbi Libman can refer a Mohel (ritual circumciser), help parents understand the ceremony, and co-officiate, along with the Mohel. Please contact the Rabbinic Office for more information.
 

Baby Naming/Simhat Bat

We celebrate the great blessing of a newborn daughter with a moving ceremony through which parents enter their daughter into the Jewish people's covenant with God, express gratitude for the new life they welcome and nurture, and establish her Jewish identity by giving her a Hebrew name. Rabbi Shulman  or Rabbi Libman can help think about and design a personal ceremony, which may take place either at the synagogue on a Shabbat or Holiday morning before the Torah, in a home, or at Minyan any day the Torah is read (Monday, Thursday, Rosh Hodesh). Please contact the Rabbinic Office for more information.
 
Tue, October 23 2018 14 Cheshvan 5779