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A boy attains his religious maturity and becomes responsible at the age of 13, he is considered a Jewish adult.
At this age, young men gain the intellectual maturity to discern between right and wrong and modify their behavior accordingly.

This occasion is cause for great celebration and gratitude to G‑d, and hence the Bar Mitzvah ceremony. Note: One becomes Bar Mitzvah automatically on one's thirteenth birthday, with or without a party!

The goal of the Bar Mitzvah club is to teach you all about this stage of your life and why it’s so important.   
 
In this club you will learn:  
Hebrew Reading
How To put on Tefilin 
We will also Prepare each child to read their individual Torah Portion.

In addition to the club, which meets once a week, there will be a trip once a month.

But most of all, you will learn about what it really means to be Jewish, and why the most important Jewish teen in the world is…you.

 

Club meetings are held at the JRCC West Thornhill,
1136 Centre st. unit 2 
Tuesdays 4:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.  

*Sunday is available by request 

For more information contact
Rabbi Levi jacobson
416.222.7105 ext240
Jacobson@jrcc.org