At TBR, we believe a B-Mitzvah is the entire experience through which a young Jewish person becomes spiritually and emotionally responsible for their commitment to Judaism. 

It is a milestone in a Jewish person’s life, a moment of pride not just for the family, but for our congregation as well. It is a moment of awe for all of us, as we mark the sacredness of the journey for you and your family. 

At TBR, a B-Mitzvah is more than a service; it is a priceless, meaningful, unique journey for your child and your family. And as your extended TBR family, we are here to guide you, cheer you on and celebrate this wonderful simcha along with you.

The Ritual Committee at TBR would like to help you navigate the steps to lead you up to this special day. Below you will find links to some important information as well as forms you need to fill out and submit along the way.

We encourage families to read The Parent Information Packet in its entirety, and keep it for future reference, as it answers many Frequently Asked Questions that parents have in the months leading up to their child’s B-Mitzvah day. 

If you ever have any questions, please feel free to email the B-Mitzvah Liaison at

Prayers and Blessings (all pdf)
Click below for a Hebrew and Transliteration Version of
Specific Prayers and Blessings

Parents' Prayers

Torah Blessings

- Kindred Soul Torah Blessing

-  Kiddush Blessings and Candlelighting

Click below for Audio versions of the following blessings: