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Mazel Tov!

Welcoming your sons and daughters into our covenant with God is a magnificent way to acknowledge and sanctify new life. Through a Brith Milah (covenant of circumcision) for a son, or a Baby Naming (simchat bat) for a daughter, we can help you joyfully welcome your new child into the Jewish world.

Ceremonies and their rituals serve many purposes. They initiate a lifetime of marking significant events in the context of tradition and community functions. They represent the fulfillment of mitzvot, of commandments or obligations, which require such ceremonies. They link us to the Jewish past and commit us to a Jewish future. They serve as an opportunity to reinforce central beliefs and symbols--for example, covenant, commandment, and community--that characterize Judaism and Jewish life.

We look forward to celebrating with you. Rabbi Ranon Teller or Cantor Mark Levine would be honored to officiate at your celebration of new life. We will work with you to shape a unique and personal ceremony. Please contact the synagogue’s offices at 713-667-9201 to arrange your celebration.

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Sat, September 21 2019 21 Elul 5779