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B'nei Mitzvah represents a commitment to Jewish learning and living and a commitment to continued study and exploration.  In the truest sense of the word, Bar/Bat-Mitzvah is a “commencement” of an emerging Jewish adult’s religious studies.

As our seventh grade students prepare to become b’nei mitzvah, they will seek to answer the questions, what does it mean to be a Jewish adult/who am I as a Jewish adult? What does it mean to be a Jewish leader?  What is my responsibility with repairing the world. They will lead our younger students in prayer to enhance their preparation for leading the congregation on the day of their b’nei mitzvah.

Partnering with Moving Traditions, we will be offering family education programming and a series of experiential programs geared towards sixth and seventh graders.

All family sessions are designed for pre-teens and their parents to learn together, to listen to one another’s perspectives, and to enrich the meaning of the b’nei mitzvah as a lifecycle ritual.

Because becoming a B'nei Mitzvah is a long process, with lots of details to manage, we have put together a manual to help you with the logistics and are available to answer questions and help you manage the details.  We want to make the process as smooth as possible, and ultimately, a process in which the lives of the child and family are together enriched and blessed.

B’nei Mitzvah Manual

B'nei Mitzvah Service Information Sheet

B'nei Mitzvah Bio

Music and Recordings of Prayers 

Wed, June 3 2020 11 Sivan 5780