B'nai Mitzvah

The passage of bar/bat mitzvah allows our youth, in the context and support of community and mentors, to step out of their childhood and onto the path towards Jewish adulthood, Jacob’s path. This is the first of several times a Jewish person "crosses a river," and becomes something more on the other side.

Rabbi Evette works closely and collaboratively with youth and their families to ensure a meaningful journey. At the end of preparation for this day, our B’nai Havurah community will celebrate with our youth as they help lead our Shabbat service that day.  The b'nai mitzvah will join the leadership team for the service, and will leyn Torah (and probably Haftarah). Rabbi Evette welcomes the opportunity to create a meaningful and appropriate learning experience and B'nai Mitzvah service for students with special needs. To schedule a meeting with Rabbi Evette to discuss your chlld's upcoming B'nai Mitzvah, please contact our office at 303-388-4441, office@bnaihavurah.org.

Updated B'nai Mitzvah Handbook will be available soon.

Wed, June 28 2017 4 Tammuz 5777