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Baby Naming Ceremony

When it comes to Jewish naming ceremonies for babies, the bris or brit milah, a circumcision ceremony held for baby boys on their eighth day, is the most common historical ritual. However, this traditional ceremony only applies to male babies. Many parents opt out of circumcision for their sons due to personal reasons or have already had it done in the hospital. So, what about the other 50% of babies and those who don’t want a bris? The solution is a baby naming ceremony. This Jewish ceremony is held after the baby’s birth and serves to welcome the baby into the Jewish community without involving circumcision. The ceremony typically involves different rituals, prayers, and songs, and its main purpose is to celebrate the birth of the child, reveal their name and meaning, and welcome them into the Jewish faith. READ MORE

Rabbi Cantor Ron Broden holds a baby naming certificate while standing next to a mother and her newborn baby with family surrounding.
Rabbi Ron Broden Bar Mitzvah Bat MItzvah Jewish Ceremony Rabbi

Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah

Every Jewish child automatically becomes a Bar or Bat Mitzvah simply by reaching the age of maturity. However, many synagogues require that the child attend religious school for a minimum of years for their inclusion in a Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremony. For many families this is not feasible whether due to time constraints, finances or just the inability to transport a child to and from religious school. No Jewish child should be unable to have a ceremony that celebrates this important lifecycle event. faith. READ MORE


Jewish & Interfaith Weddings

Jewish weddings are rich in tradition and symbolism. Renting a rabbi for your wedding ensures that the ceremony adheres to Jewish customs, including the signing of the ketubah, the circling of the bride, and the breaking of the glass. Moreover, the rabbi can work with the couple to incorporate personal touches and vows into the ceremony, making it a truly unique and meaningful experience. READ MORE

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Funerals & Unveilings

In times of loss and remembrance, finding solace and comfort is of utmost importance. I extend my heartfelt condolences to you and your family during these challenging moments. I am here to offer my unwavering support and guidance, specializing in funeral, memorial, and unveiling services.

Whether you are seeking a traditional ceremony or one rooted in humanist values, I am dedicated to crafting a service that pays a heartfelt tribute to the life that was lived. I understand that the cost of funerals can be a heavy burden, and I am committed to making this process as manageable as possible. My fees are reasonable, and I am willing to work within your budget, because I believe that everyone deserves a dignified and personalized farewell. READ MORE

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