From the Sandek to the Mohel, from the Kvaterrin to the Seudah – there is so much to do and remember for your son’s Bris/Brit Milah. Fill in the form below and we will send you a guide to the Brit Milah ceremony!
So much to do – so little time! Here’s a 13 point “to do list” for your Brit Milah to help you out! 1. When – The brit milah is on the eighth day of your baby’s life, most often in the morning. The Jewish day begins at nightfall of the previous day. For example, if your son was born late Tuesday night, his brit will be scheduled for the […]
The blessings and prayers have been translated into English, in the ceremony they are said in Hebrew and can be found in the siddur. –The baby is brought into the room– At the beginning of the ceremony, the mother hands the baby to the kvatterin. Everyone present stands and greets him with the words “Barukh haba” (“May he who comes here be blessed”). The kvatterin then hands the baby to […]