the transition from child to teenager is an important milestone in a child’s life. Prepare your child for the mosct important day of young adulthood. Give your child the tools he or she needs to properly navigate life as a responsible Jewish adult. IJC and Synagogue membership is not required.
Myth: A Bar/Bat Mitzvah is an event.
Fact: A Bar/Bat Mitzvah is a person.
Myth: You go through a specific ceremony and вЂњbecome Bar/Bat MitzvahвЂ™edвЂќ.
Fact: Becoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah marks that you have reached a certain emotional maturity. It develops at age of 12 for a girl and at 13 for a boy. It happens with or without a party, a rabbi or a ceremony. (An adult may celebrate his/her commitment to Torah at any age in life, and that has become loosely termed as an вЂњadult Bar MitzvahвЂќ.)
(1) Affiliated and non-affiliated are welcome
(2) Payment plans available
(3) No child will be turned away for lack of funds
Did you know that the Jewish calendar is lunar-based, as distinct from our American solar calendar?
Click HERE to find out the day of your birthday on the Jewish calendar.
The IJCвЂ™s main address and general contact information is: Kaloshin Pereulok bld. 12 Moscow, 119002 Russia РљР°Р»РѕС€РёРЅ РїРµСЂРµСѓР»РѕРє Рґ. 12 Рі. РњРѕСЃРєРІР°, 119002 Р РѕСЃСЃРё For questions regarding the Bar/Bat Mitzvah please contact: Rabbi Klein T: +7 910 493 31 50 E: JWC@jewishmoscow.com