Condolences to Ivan and Brenda Segal on the loss of their dear son Moshe.    Mazeltov to Yehuda son of Dovid and Tzippi Samuels on the occasion of his engagement in Israel and to grandparents Rabbi and Rebbetzin Suchard    Mazeltov to Ivan and Brenda Segal on the birth of a granddaughter and to parents Ze’ev and Shifra Block    Mazeltov to Brian and Heather Bank on the birth of a granddaughter in Israel.    Mazeltov to David and Lindy Danilowitz on the birth of a daughter    Condolences to Milton Lutrin on the loss of his dear mother Julie Lazarus.    Dean and Tami Rakusin on the birth of a son and to grandparents Jeff and Debbie Rakusin and Brenda and Stephen Szewach and Glen Budler    Mazeltov to Lee and Zoe Cohen, on the birth of a grandson and mazeltov to parents Dalan and Amy Cohen.    Mazeltov to Colin and Elana Gordon on the occasion of their son Sean’s engagement to Shelley daughter of Gary and Ingrid Nowosenetz

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Barmitzvah

Celebrating a Barmitzvah at the Sandton Shul is truly a memorable occasion. In addition to the magnificent Shul, full Choral service and beautiful facilities much effort is made to ensure a personalized, meaningful and uplifting experience for the Barmitzvah boy and his family.
 
What is a Barmitzvah?
According to Jewish law, at the age of thirteen a boy is no longer considered a minor and is responsible to fulfill all the Torah’s commandments. The term “bar mitzvah” literally means “son of the mitzvah,” or one who is obligated in mitzvah observance.

The obligation is automatic, whether or not a celebration or special ceremony is held. But since becoming a bar mitzvah is such an important milestone and joyous occasion, we make a point of celebrating together with family and friends.

To book your Bar Mitzvah or to find out more please contact the Shul office on 011 8834210 and one of our friendly office staff will assist you further. The Rabbis will also be happy to assist.

BENJAMIN KINROSS

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