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Brit Milah (covenant of circumcision) is the Jewish ritual and ceremony that officially welcomes a baby boy into the Covenant of the Jewish people eight days after his birth.  It is during this ceremony that a baby boy receives his Hebrew name.  Brit Milah must be performed by a mohel, a Jew who is trained in Jewish laws and practice pertaining to ritual circumcision.

For more information on Brit Milah, please click <a href=http://www.myjewishlearning.com/life/Life_Events/Newborn_Ceremonies/Liturgy_Ritual_and_Customs/For_Boys.shtml target=dlink>HERE</a>.  Rabbi Andrew would be happy to answer any questions you might have pertaining to Brit Milah and give you the name of a mohel you can trust.

It is important that you choose a meaningful Hebrew name for your child.  Ashkenazic Jews (Eastern European descent) usually name children after deceased relatives.  Sephardic Jews (Spanish and North African descent) usually name children after living relatives.   Rabbi Andrew is happy to help you with names.  Please visit this wonderful website that will help you with names: <a href=http://www.hebrewbabynames.com/ target=dlink>http://www.hebrewbabynames.com/</a>

Brit Milah (Covenanat of Circumcision)


Brit Milah (covenant of circumcision) is the Jewish ritual and ceremony that officially welcomes a baby boy into the Covenant of the Jewish people eight days after his birth. It is during this ceremony that a baby boy receives his Hebrew name. Brit Milah must be performed by a mohel, a Jew who is trained in Jewish laws and practice pertaining to ritual circumcision.

 

For more information on Brit Milah, please click here. Rabbi Andrew would be happy to answer any questions you might have pertaining to Brit Milah and give you the name of a mohel you can trust.

 

It is important that you choose a meaningful Hebrew name for your child. Ashkenazic Jews (Eastern European descent) usually name children after deceased relatives. Sephardic Jews (Spanish and North African descent) usually name children after living relatives.   Rabbi Andrew is happy to help you with names. Please visit this wonderful website that will help you with names.

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