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Life Cycle Events

Traditions bring meaning to life’s events, whether you want help with a brit milah; naming ceremony; preparing for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah; or if you have lost a loved one the B’nai Tzedek clergy and staff is here to help you.

Weddings, Brit Milah & Naming Ceremonies

Baby at B'nai Tzedek Synagogue in Potomac Maryland

Mazel Tov!

We are thrilled to welcome young couples into our congregational family!  Please contact the synagogue office to schedule time to meet with our clergy and to explore dates our space is available for your wedding.  Click here to learn more about our facility.

If there is a baby on the way, please let us know!  We have classes for expectant parents, and can help you plan a naming or brit (circumcision).

Becoming A Bar/Bat Mitzvah​

Bat Mitzvah at B'nai Tzedek Synagogue in Potomac MarylandPhoto credit: Michael Bennett Kress Photography

Becoming a Bar/Bat Mitzvah at Congregation B’nai Tzedek is a powerful experience that marks the welcoming of a young adult member of our congregational family into our community.  This time-honored tradition and rite of passage is celebrated together with the community.  A Bar or Bat Mitzvah is a major transformational event in the life of an entire family, including the child, parents, grandparents, siblings and extended family.  The preparation, increased focus on Torah and Jewish identity and the event itself can enrich the family’s Judaism. 

This rite of passage offers families a wonderful opportunity to better understand and strengthen their connection with their Jewish heritage as well as with the congregation.  For children who have special needs; our congregation does everything possible to ensure that any child with special needs will be able to experience a Bar/Bat Mitzvah with joy and pride in their accomplishment.  No one is excluded at B’nai Tzedek.  We take great satisfaction and pleasure in working together as a community devoted to all our members. 

For questions or for a copy of our B'nai Mitzvah Guidelines, please contact the front office at (301) 299-0225.

Bereavement & Yahrzeit

Your community is here for you in your time of need.

When a death occurs, please call the synagogue at 301-299-0225, so that we may inform the clergy and assist you.  After business hours, please call at 410-409-8199.

Please consider celebrating every milestone in your family’s life, including baby namings, brit milah, weddings and Shabbat dinners in our beautiful facility. From reserving a space in the synagogue, customizing the kiddush, to scheduling a time to take your Bnai Mitzvah photos, we are here to help you plan your event and to ensure that everything is done to your satisfaction.

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