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I’ve been a mohel for nearly 30 years and have officiated at thousands of bris ceremonies.



- When to Call?

- When is a bris held?

- How many people should attend a bris?

- Supply List

- Choosing a Name



What parents are saying

Allie & Adam

We just wanted to send a quick note to say thank you so much again for yesterday. I was particularly tentative about my emotional state with the event, but you were exactly what I needed, and we were thrilled with the morning. It felt intimate, meaningful and was just an overall lovely experience. The baby naming was icing on the cake! Thank you thank you for everything!

Judy, Proud Grandmother

Hi Rabbi, I just wanted to take a short moment to say thank you so much for the beautiful service yesterday. Now that I’m more calm and collected, I can truly say that baby Shlomo’s Brit Milah was what binds us together as a loving family, as a Jewish people and as a statement that we are stronger together when we all show that love. Your words touched us all and made us proud of who we are! So thank you again for making the day a special day to remember..

Mollie & Eric

We wanted to send along our heartfelt thanks for leading such a meaningful bris ceremony for our son Nadav. Eric and I both felt that you created a unique and significant moment for us. Our families and guests all appreciated your spirited words, approach and tone-setting so much. Thanks so much for bringing the guitar-ruach too.

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