Submit your son or daughter’s bar or bat mitzvah for spotlight consideration in the fall 2019 issue of Bar•Bat Mitzvah! We’ll be shining a spotlight on local celebrants by featuring their ceremony in photo spread.
Judaism teaches us we are not created good and we are not created evil, we are created neutral. Therefore, it is our responsibility to struggle with the impulses and learn how to overcome them. This is the message Rabbi Matthew Eisenberg of Temple Israel Ner Tamid in Mayfield Heights exempli… Read more
Parents start picturing their child’s bar or bat mitzvah the day he or she is born. It’s a meaningful day for any young adult and something parents think about for nearly 13 years. Once the day comes and the young adult has perfectly executed their duties, parents want a celebration to comme… Read more
Technically, you can have a bar or bat mitzvah party anywhere, but for parents looking to celebrate a significant moment in their child’s life, planning a special party requires a special place. Northeast Ohio has some pretty unique locations for hosting such an event, so parents have plenty… Read more
Everyone wants to commemorate a young adult’s bar or bat mitzvah with a memorable gift. However, with the plethora of options, picking out that keepsake might be more challenging than one realizes. Read more