It’s Not Just A Club for Young Jewish Teens:
It’s an Adventure. Join Us Now!
What is the Bar Mitzvah Club ?
In Judaism, turning 13 is very important: it’s when you become Bar Mitzvah—a Jewish adult. The goal of the Bar Mitzvah club is to teach you all about this stage of your life and why it’s so important.
The club will incorporate exciting, activity-filled programs that will bring you together with other Jewish boys like you twice a month, to learn all about the challenge of Jewish adulthood—and have tons of fun.
Each club meeting will combine fun and education. You’ll do interactive workshops that’ll explain the reason for many Jewish traditions, such as wearing tefillin and reading the Torah. You will journey through a 15 step Bar Mitzvah Discovery Course which will prepare you for this new stage in your life. You will also participate in activities, games and go on great field trips.
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.
Register by calling Rabbi Levi Tel. (954) 558-7005 , or email: LTChabad@gmail.com.
*Please note: The cover charge for field trips, Shabbatons, and crafts is not included in the club enrollment fee.
To become a member requires no affiliation. This club is not for Bar Mitzvah lessons.
Where, Who & When?
The regular club meeting is at Chabad South Borward Headquarters located at 1295 E. Hallandale Bch Blvd.This club is for boys ages 12-13.
BMC will launch on Sunday September 23rd, and will meet once a month thereafter through May from 10:45am. – 12pm p.m. We have a Youth Calendar magnet that will have all the BMC dates included.
Sounds Good, Now Tell Me What We’ll Do!
"Bar Mitzvah Club" is as simple as that. Hang out with other Jewish kids your age and make great new friends as you enjoy games, activities, workshops, field trips of all types and more.
Chat with the Rabbi!
Every Club meeting will have a discussion on a Jewish subject that will really get you thinking. Questions. Answers. Learning and laughter. Discover what being Jewish is really all about. Learn how traditions, culture & religion are relevant and meaningful today!