It’s important to read on before you start the process
The Bar Mitzvah ceremony should be held on days when the Torah is read: Mondays or Thursdays, Rosh Chodesh (the first day of the Hebrew month) and chol hamoed (the intermediate days of Sukkot and Passover).
Because so many families celebrate Bar Mitzvah in Israel throughout the year, we will make sure to reserve a perfect spot for your preferred date.
We take great efforts to arrange the ceremony according to each particular family’s wishes and character; pre-registration will enable you to choose the prayer version (Ashkenazi, Sephardi, etc.) and language (Hebrew, English, French, Russian, etc.) that fit your needs.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Ceremony Locations
These are the most popular locations in Israel to celebrate the bar mitzvah:
*Jerusalem’s Western Wall
*The Southern Wall, Jerusalem
*The Western Wall Tunnels
*The Hurva Synagogue
Number of Guests
Usually the guest list up to 100 guest. However, in order to maintain an intimate and special ambiance to your ceremony, we recommend limiting the total number of guests to 50 people.
Bar mitzvah Ceremony in the winter
In the event of rain, we will hold the ceremony in the women’s section under Wilson’s Arch located in the Western Wall Tunnels. The other popular location’s the ceremony can take place in any weather.
The partially list of Bar Mitzvah in Israel free services by us:
Place to celebrate in the one of the most popular places
Professional Orthodox Rabbi
Custom Bar Mitzvah Tour with our professional tour guides.
Benefits of Working with Yud Gimmel – Bar Mitzvah in Israel:
Subsidized by the Israeli government and “Yud Gimmel” foundation.
Have a meaningful and spiritual religious orthodox ceremony.
We speak your language.
Choose the dates that work best for you and your family.
You can choose from a wide variety of locations.
Select the activities that your family will enjoy the most.
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