Links & Resources



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https://www.interfaithfamily.com/life_cycle/pregnancy_and_birth_ceremonies/...
(“Approaching a Baby’s Bris as an Interfaith Couple”) By Jeffrey Mazlin, MD


www.interfaithfamily.com (Info for Interfaith Families)

beritmila.org (Brit Milah Board of Reform Judaism)

https://reformjudaism.org/babyname-search (Jewish Baby Naming Tool)

www.babynology.com/top-jewishbabynames.html (Jewish Baby Names)

http://www.FernDrillings.com (Childbirth Education)

http://judaism.about.com/od/hebrewname1/a/all_names.htm (Jewish Baby Names)

Stephanie@bergendoula.com (Doula, her contact email, NJ, NY)

https://reformjudaism.org/blog/2014/09/04/reflections-jewish-baby-naming (Jewish Baby Names)

https://www.kveller.com/the-ultimate-jewish-baby-name-guide/ (Jewish Baby Names)

 

Mazel Tov on the Arrival of your New Baby!


The wonderful tradition of the brit ceremony has been passed down from the time of Abraham, nearly 4,000 years ago. This spiritual experience will link and unite past generations with present and future ones. *The bris will be performed in a sensitive, warm, nurturing and dignified manner. *The comfort and care of your baby is of utmost concern. The brit is recited in English as well as Hebrew. You may include your family and other guests in the ceremony. This spiritually enlightening service will embrace all who attend. Those who do not understand or speak Hebrew and those who are not Jewish will also be included –as well as spiritually uplifted. The Brit is the ceremony which establishes your son’s Jewish identity, both culturally and religiously.

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Dr. Jeffrey Mazlin featured in New
York Magazine, "Steady Hands" October 26, 2009

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