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Mazal Tov on your Bar or Bat Mitzvah!

To be called to the Torah as a Bar or Bat Mitzvah (meaning “son” or “daughter of the commandment”) marks a significant milestone in the journey from childhood to maturity for Jewish boys and girls. At Beth Torah, we strive to ensure that each child and his/her family will experience the spiritual power of this ceremony in a positive, meaningful way.

For more information about B’nai Mitzvah at Beth Torah
please contact Cantor Ben Silverberg, our B’nai Mitzvah Concierge, 
here 

or call us at  (416) 782 4495 ext. 30.

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Types of Services

The following are the Bar and Bat Mitzvah services that we offer – please check mark the ones that you feel would be most meaningful to your child and to you and briefly explain why

 

  • Child reads from the Torah and chants a Haftorah
  • A good command of Hebrew is suggested
  • Child will be singing in front of invited guests and regular Congregants
  • Service is approx. three hours followed by a lunch with your invited guests

 

  • Child reads from the Torah
  • Only invited guests attend
  • One hour and fifteen minute service
  • Service ends with Havdalah
  • Service followed by cocktails followed by dinner/ dance party

 

  • Child reads from the Torah (Shema)
  • Service is one hour and has  music / melodies
  • Service is followed by dinner (no music as its Shabbat). Service may be before the dinner when Shabbat begins late.

 

  • Child reads from the Torah - the portion for the New Moon
  • Invited guests attend
  • Service is one hour
  • Service is followed by breakfast or brunch

 

  • Child reads from the Torah (Shema)
  • Invited guests attend
  • Service is one hour
  • Service is followed by breakfast/brunch

*Due to variations in the Jewish calendar, there are very few available.

 

  • Child reads from the Torah – 1/7thof that week’s Shabbat Torah portion
  • Invited guests attend
  • Service is 45 min to 1 hour
  • Service is followed by breakfast/brunch

 

  • For any service other than Shabbat morning
  • The child tells the Rabbi and Cantor what values are important to him/her
  • The Rabbi chooses tailor made and personalized verses from the Torah that align with the child’s values (eg. caring for animals, feeding the hungry, seeking peace..)
  • The child reads those verses from the Torah
  • Service lasts 45 min – 1 hour

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