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B'nai Mitzvah

It is the duty of every parent to train their children in the practice and precepts of Judaism.  Proverbs 22:6 states:  "Train up a child in the way one should go."  Jewish parents throughout history have realized this and so the congregation's religious school has taken on considerable importance in the lives of our people.  Students in our Religious School who attain the age of thirteen, who have completed all of the Religious and Hebrew School requirements, and who have completed the Mitzvah Program, are accorded the privilege and option of Bar or Bat Mitzvah.  Our congregation's requirements in Hebrew and Religious School studies must be implemented by positive, reinforcing attitudes obtained in home and family atmosphere.  These ceremonies and continuing Talmud Torah - study of Torah - serve as a prelude to the goal of Confirmation.

General Information PDF Files

Resource Information

This file contains information about different vendors that are available in the area.  They are listed in no specific order.

Resource Information

Preparing the Oneg/Nosh/Kiddush

This file has lists of items that you will need if you are sponsoring the Oneg or the Nosh.  It has a separate list for Kiddush needs.  There is also a general guideline.‚Äč

Oneg/Nosh Kiddush Guide     

Oneg & Kiddush Responsibilities  


Sun, October 22 2017 2 Cheshvan 5778