A Celebration of Life

When a baby is born the whole congregation celebrates, and we are honored to share in this simcha together. Our staff is readily available to discuss the details of the appropriate ritual, which will welcome your child, honor your family and connect us all in the chain of Jewish tradition. Prior to the arrival of your baby, we will discuss Hebrew names and help you plan the ceremony – either the Brit Milah ceremony (covenant of circumcision) for boys, including our recommendations for a Mohel, or the baby naming ceremony for girls.

Contact Us

For more information celebrating a bris or baby naming, please contact Joanna Horowitz or call: 561.241.8118.

For more information on catering and events, please contact VIP Caterers.

Our Facilities

We would be honored to host your child's bris or baby naming ceremony. These ritual celebrations can be held in our Cohen/Friedkin Sanctuary, Hollander Family Chapel or one of our ballrooms. Both our sanctuary and chapel are adorned with beautiful stained glass windows, an arc, bima and pulpit to create a truly traditional religious experience. Our sanctuary provides a magnificent setting, while the chapel allows for a more intimate ambience and can seat up to 150 people.

Many families choose to also host dinners or luncheons to honor this momentous occasion with friends and family. Our facility offers an onsite caterer and a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces that can be customized to make your simcha unique.