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B'nei Mitzvah Assigned Parts


Parent 1 Hebrew Name
Parent 2 Hebrew Name



There are three ark openings during the service, and two doors to be opened. More than one person can come up to each door if you have more people you want to honor but no more than 8 people total for each honor. If the service is shared with another family, these honors are shared with one family selecting A and the other B.
Non-Jewish grandparents should be given the honor of the first ark opening.
 Passing the Torah (Great-Grandparents, Grandparents and Parents to Child).One of the parents holds the Torah and brings it to his or her child as the grandparents embrace the Torah as it journeys through the generations to the Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

The Hebrew names must be completed for the Aliyot section.  Complete Hebrew name consists of Bar/Bat Mitzvah’s first name plus his/her parents' first names (i.e., Shaul ben Yitzchak v’Shoshana). Bar/Bat Mitzvah has the Last Aliyah. Please do not list more than 4 people total for each aliyah.
 



B’nei Mitzvah
 [If two families, these two need to be shared]

·         Hagba’ah, he Torah lifter, must be Jewish and of Bar/Bat Mitzvah age and should be able to lift the Torah

·         G’lilah, The Torah dresser(s), must be Jewish and can be a child


(Given to a member of TBE, that your family is connected to)
 
(Grandparents to Parents to Child):

·         Hagba’ah, he Torah lifter, must be Jewish and of Bar/Bat Mitzvah age and should be able to lift the Torah

·         G’lilah, The Torah dresser(s), must be Jewish and can be a child



I would like the following persons remembered during the recitation of the Kaddish: (husband & wife can be listed as i.e., Miriam & David Levi)
Sat, July 2 2022 3 Tammuz 5782