Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah
It is a special moment for parents and their child when the child takes a major step into adulthood by becoming accountable for their own actions through a bar/bat mitzvah.
Rabbi Michael Raab can be a part of this important moment in a young person’s life, as they move from childhood and become a bar/bat mitzvah, ready to become a part of the adult Jewish community. This can be symbolic of a number of important milestones in a young person’s life including: Publicly reading from the Torah Leading prayer services Taking on an important project of Jewish interest Deep study and understanding of the Jewish faith This moment is marked with joy, and Rabbi Michael Raab can help each member of the family recognize the importance of this special day and the transition it represents for the child.
Michael Raab can work with your child as they reach this coming of age moment in life, where
they will often demonstrate their movement from childhood to adulthood in the Jewish faith by
working on a special project or making a speech before friends and family.
The bar/bat mitzvah is a landmark occasion in the life of a young person, though it is not the end
of a life’s journey in the Jewish faith. Rabbi Raab can help you and your child celebrate the
importance of this special day and use it as a first step in a new life of accountability inside the
Rabbi Michael Raab will Skype, Face Time and also visit with the Bar and Bat Mitzvah student at their home.