Bar Mitzvah

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  1.  Living Torah Bar & Bat Mitzvah Edition  Living Torah Bar & Bat Mitzvah Edition

    Living Torah Bar & Bat Mitzvah Edition

    Living Torah Bar & Bat Mitzvah Edition Footage of the Rebbe speaking at a group yechidus held for Bar Mitzvah Boys, Bas Mitzvah Girls and their families. Collage of Bar Mitzvah Boys & Bas Mitzvah Girls receiving dollars and Brochos from the Rebbe. Running Time 12 Min & 29 Sec. Learn More
  2. Shvach Yekor Shvach Yekor

    Shvach Yekor

    What every bar mitzvah boy needs to know. Part one offers precise answers to everyday Tefillin issues. Part two details the actions that will help a bar mitzvah boy and his family mark the day with meaning. In addition, the bar mitzvah Chasidic discourse appears in fully vocalized Yiddish and Hebrew. Buy this in time to read through before the bar mitzvah and keep it on hand as a resource for a lifetime. Learn More
  3. Channeling the Divine - Issa Bemidrash Tillim Channeling the Divine - Issa Bemidrash Tillim

    Channeling the Divine - Issa Bemidrash Tillim

    Channeling the Divine - Issa Bemidrash Tillim The Bar Mitzvah, the day a Jewish boy turns thirteen, is a turning point in his life. He comes of age, becoming responsible for adherence to the Mitzvot and fully accountable for his actions and every one celebrates. Chabad Chasidim mark this milestone by having the Bar Mitzvah boy publicly deliver a discourse, originally delivered by Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah in 5634 (1873). The discourse`s main theme is the cosmic impact of performing the mitzvah of tefillin, and the special connection between this mitzvah and the age of Bar Mitzvah. Learn More
  4. My Bar Mitzvah Tutor My Bar Mitzvah Tutor

    My Bar Mitzvah Tutor

    My Bar Mitzvah Tutor This educational CD is a pleasant and easy-to-follow rendition of the Chabad Nusach for the Bar Mitzvah preparation, which includes: the Maamar, trop for laining (including Rosh-Chodesh and Ta’anis) / Haftorah, and samples of laining / Haftorah with the brochot both before and after. Learn More
  5. Issa BeMidrash Tillim - Meforash UMevoar-איתא במדרש תילים מפורש ומבואר Issa BeMidrash Tillim - Meforash UMevoar-איתא במדרש תילים מפורש ומבואר

    Issa BeMidrash Tillim - Meforash UMevoar-איתא במדרש תילים מפורש ומבואר

    The Bar Mitzvah, the day a Jewish boy turns thirteen, is a turning point in his life. He comes of age, becoming responsible for adherence to the Mitzvot and fully accountable for his actions and every one celebrates. Chabad Chasidim mark this milestone by having the Bar Mitzvah boy publicly deliver a discourse, originally delivered by Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah in 5634 (1873). The discourse`s main theme is the cosmic impact of performing the mitzvah of tefillin, and the special connection between this mitzvah and the age of Bar Mitzvah. In this Hebrew edition by Rabbi Avraham Alashvili, for the first time, the discourse has been fully vowelized and annotated, and is presented with an elaborate commentary, general summary and chapter summaries, enabling Bar Mitzvah boys to have a better understanding and appreciation of the discourse. Learn More
  6. Issa B`Midrash Tehillim-איתא במדרש תהלים Issa B`Midrash Tehillim-איתא במדרש תהלים

    Issa B`Midrash Tehillim-איתא במדרש תהלים

    Issa B`Midrash Tehillim This maamar was recited by the Rebbe Rashab (the 5th Lubavitcher Rebbe) on his Bar Mitzvah, the 20th of Cheshvan 5634, and was one of the maamarim recited by the Frierdiker Rebbe on his Bar Mitzvah, the 12th of Tammuz 5653. It is customary among Lubavitcher families for a Bar Mitzvah boy to recite this maamar. Includes customs relating to a Bar Mitzvah that are printed in Sefer Haminhagim. Learn More
  7. Kuntres Bar Mitzvah 5653 Tav-Resh-Nun-Gimmel Kuntres Bar Mitzvah 5653 Tav-Resh-Nun-Gimmel

    Kuntres Bar Mitzvah 5653 Tav-Resh-Nun-Gimmel

    Kuntres Bar Mitzvah 5653 Tav-Resh-Nun-Gimmel A booklet about the Bar Mitzvah of the Frierdiker Rebbe which took place on 12 Tammuz 5653. Includes discourses that the Frierdiker Rebbe instructed to be learned in connection with Bar Mitzva - such as: Issa B`Medrash Tehillim A Maamar of the Rebbe Maharsh entitled "Hu haya omer, ben chamesh shanim l`mikra" - Which the Maharash said on the occasion of his son, the Rebbe Rashab`s, Bar Mitzva. A Maamar of the Rebbe Rashab entitled "Ma Rabu Maassecha 5644" which the Frierdiker Rebbe said in the presence of his father on "Erev Bar Mitzva". Learn More
  8. Nitei Gavriel Bar Mitzvah-נטעי גבריאל בר מצוה Nitei Gavriel Bar Mitzvah-נטעי גבריאל בר מצוה

    Nitei Gavriel Bar Mitzvah-נטעי גבריאל בר מצוה

    Nitei Gavriel Bar Mitzvah נטעי גבריאל: הלכות והליכות בר מצוה והנחת תפילין Learn More
  9. Hilchos Tefilin Menukad-הלכות תפילין מנוקד ומפוענח Hilchos Tefilin Menukad-הלכות תפילין מנוקד ומפוענח

    Hilchos Tefilin Menukad-הלכות תפילין מנוקד ומפוענח

    Hilchos Tefilin Menukad-הלכות תפילין מנוקד ומפוענח ake the confusion out of becoming a bar mitzvah with this specially produced paperback on tefillin which contains all relevant excerpts from Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi`s Code of Jewish Law and his Siddur. All acronyms have been spelled out, and the words appear with the vowels. Review questions at the end make this slim volume a perfect supplement for classroom learning. Learn More
  10. Let`s Learn How to Lein, Taamei Hamikra -3 CDs Let`s Learn How to Lein, Taamei Hamikra -3 CDs

    Let`s Learn How to Lein, Taamei Hamikra -3 CDs

    Let`s Learn How to Lein CD- Taamei Hamikra Become an Expert “Baal Korei” to read out the Torah, Haftora and Megilas Esther. Step-by-Step Lessons in “Taamei Hamikra” Lessons include: Learning the tunes of the “Trop” Proper Pronunciation Rules of Hebrew Grammar necessary for “Krias Hatorah” Lessons Are Interactive Learn More

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