A Bar Mitzvah


According to Jewish tradition, a Bar Mitzvah reflects a major turning point in the life of a Jewish boy and as such, we believe very strongly that every boy should celebrate this milestone in a meaningful and traditional manner. We are proud to present you a variety of options to personalize your service and make this a day to remember for years to come.


Bar Mitzvah Service:


A typical Bar Mitzvah service includes:

• Prayer service
• Reading of the Torah, Haftorah
• Mazel Tov & Candy Throw
• Speeches delivered by the Rabbi, the Bar Mitzvah boy
• Reception

The Bar Mitzvah boy may choose to do as much as lead the entire service and read the Torah and Haftorah or as little as just being called up to the Torah for an Aliyah (or anything in between.)

Preperation & Tutoring:

The Bar Mitzvah boy needs to work with a private tutor once a week for approximately 16-24 weeks, depending on the level of each student in order to learn how to lead the services, read from the Torah and put on Tefillin.

Shabbat Morning Service:


A Shabbat Morning Service begins at 9:30 a.m. with Shacharit (morning service.) It includes the Torah, Haftorah reading, the speeches and then the Mussaf service. Services generally end approximately 12:45 pm., after which guests join the congregation for a Kiddush. Please remember that videos, cameras and microphones are not allowed on Shabbat.


Weekday Service:

The weekday Shacharit (morning service), short Torah service (no Haftorah) and speeches take approximately 1 ½ to 2 hrs. You may choose to have a Bar Mitzvah on a Monday, Thursday, or Rosh Chodesh (1 st day of Hebrew month.) Days like Memorial Day, Presidents Day, Thanksgiving Day and Labor Day might work for your family.

Mitzvah Project:

The Bar Mitzvah boy is encouraged to choose a Tzedaka project, (volunteering of his time or donating his “maaser” [10% of his earnings] etc.) in honor of his Bar Mitzvah.

For more information and Registration Please call us at:

Tel.(718) 441 -2470 or Email: [email protected]