• B'nei Mitzvah

    Becoming a B’nei Mitzvah is an important rite of passage in Jewish tradition, and our clergy and teachers will help you navigate this exciting life milestone. We focus on the important aspects of what it means to become a Jewish adult and work with students to prepare to lead services, engage in a social justice project, and develop their own Jewish identities.

    B'nei Mitzvah Handbook

Yachad and B’nei Mitzvah Program

The B’nei Mitzvah process begins as part of Yachad in 5th grade and moves to a more intense preparation period that is in addition to the Yachad schedule the year before the B’nei Mitzvah date. Students and their parents will also participate in Jewish family education. To learn more about B’nei Mitzvah preparation, please read our B’nei Mitzvah Handbook.

You must be a member to enroll your child in the Yachad B’nei Mitzvah program.

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B’nei Mitzvah Calendar 2022–2023

September 2, 2023
Elyse Dressler

September 4, 2023
Lev Septimus (Altshul)

September 9, 2023
Amelie Katzman
Leo Klein
Boaz Weinshenker (Altshul)

September 23, 2023
Annabella Brindisi
Andy Goodman

September 30, 2023
Azra Chanin
Henry Echenberg
Solomon Green (Altshul)

October 7, 2023
Molly Lewin
Gracie Shuman

October 14, 2023
Eiley Viesta
Maya Diamond

October 21, 2023
Noa Weinberg-Getz
Aviv Feller
Oskar Goshin

October 28, 2023
Delancey and Harry Dodd
Leonie Gore (Altshul)

November 4, 2023
Rafferty Moss
Amina Israel

November 11, 2023
Jake Bernstein
Beck Crew

November 18, 2023
Talia Cornwell
Sylvia Milstein
Adin Feil (Altshul)

November 25, 2023
Patrick Lovett

December 2, 2023
Mason Coleman
Alice Oberman

December 9, 2023
Jack Rosen
Ruby Joseloff

December 16, 2023
Simon and Mia Barahona

December 23, 2023
Serena and Kyle Schwartz

December 30, 2023
Isaac and Hugo Mandelbaum