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  1. The Simchah Handbook The Simchah Handbook

    The Simchah Handbook

    The Simchah Handbook Wedding, Sheva Brachos, Birth, Baby Naming, Bris, Pidyon Haben, Upsherin, Bar/Bas Mitzvah, Siyum, Hachnasas Sefer Torah, Chanukas Habayis Jewish life is replete with happy occasions, all replete with laws, customs and common practices. Frequently, however, a person celebrating one of these occasions may forget or simply be unaware of some of the practices and observance. Rabbi Dovid Weinberger, spiritual leader of Congregation Shaaray Tefila of Lawrence NY, has compiled a brief, practical convenient guide to the such important and meaningful celebrations as: births, baby naming, bris milah, pidyon haben, bar and bas mitzvah, weddings, sheva berachos, siyum, hachnasas Sefer Torah, and more. It also includes a selection of prayers and supplications for many of these events. Rabbi Weinberger's The Simchah Handbook provides a quick and easy reference that is sure to help everyone practice appropriate decorum and uncompromising halachic observance - all with maximum simchah. L'chaim! Learn More
  2. What About Me? What About Me?

    What About Me?

    What About Me? Baby's arrival was very hard for his older brother. Everybody fussed about Baby, but big brother felt very sad and very lonely. He kept wondering, "What about me?" It got worse and worse, until he couldn't take it any more. But poor big brother had one good thing on his side - a wise, kind mother. She knew just what to do. Ages 3-7. Learn More
  3. What`s In A Name? What`s In A Name?

    What`s In A Name?

    What`s In A Name? Choosing a Jewish name - and the ceremonies surrounding the giving of that name - are much discussed in books of Jewish law and custom. Many of the details are not commonly known, especially when unusual situations arise, or when there is disagreement of the choice of a name. The information is compiled in a format which is accessible to the layman yet replete with extensive technical footnotes and references to guide the professional Rabbi when questions arise. Learn More
  4. On The Eighth Day [Paperback] On The Eighth Day [Paperback]

    On The Eighth Day [Paperback]

    On The Eighth Day Discourses on Bris Milah drawn from the weekly sidra. According to the Talmud, the Jewish people have always celebrated Bris Milah (circumcision) with joy, and that accounts for its continued, joyful observance wherever there are Jews. Indeed, the “bris’’ has remained with us even in communities and families where many other commandments have been neglected. Rabbi Eliezer Ginsburg delights his loyal followers with his scintillating orations on a multitude of topics. His brilliant insights have added immeasurably joy of bris ceremonies in his community and beyond, bringing inspiration, pleasure and understanding to thousands of people. In this volume, Rabbi Ginsburg presents Torah thoughts on Bris Milah from every one of the weekly Torah readings and for each of the festivals. Learn More
  5. B`Etzem HaYom HaZeh B`Etzem HaYom HaZeh

    B`Etzem HaYom HaZeh

    B`Etzem HaYom HaZeh This maamar discusses the idea of the brit milah as explained by the ALter Rebbe, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi. This is the Maamar customarily recited by the bris translated to english. Learn More
  6. Eternal Bond Eternal Bond

    Eternal Bond

    Eternal Bond What exactly is the milah covenant and what does it signify? The founder of the Chabad movement, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, delivered the text of this discourse in 1802 to probe the deeper, mystical dimension of the mitzvah of milah. The freshly translated, extensively annotated text is crowned by an original introduction that sets the entire discourse into context. Supplemented by writings on the uniqueness of milah by Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson and stories pertaining to the birth and circumcision ceremonies of the Lubavitcher Rebbes, The Eternal Bond is essential reading, and an excellent addition to the ever-popular Chasidic Heritage Series. Learn More
  7. On The Eighth Day [Hardcover] On The Eighth Day [Hardcover]

    On The Eighth Day [Hardcover]

    On The Eighth Day Discourses on Bris Milah drawn from the weekly sidra. According to the Talmud, the Jewish people have always celebrated Bris Milah (circumcision) with joy, and that accounts for its continued, joyful observance wherever there are Jews. Indeed, the “bris’’ has remained with us even in communities and families where many other commandments have been neglected. Rabbi Eliezer Ginsburg delights his loyal followers with his scintillating orations on a multitude of topics. His brilliant insights have added immeasurably joy of bris ceremonies in his community and beyond, bringing inspiration, pleasure and understanding to thousands of people. In this volume, Rabbi Ginsburg presents Torah thoughts on Bris Milah from every one of the weekly Torah readings and for each of the festivals. Learn More
  8. Shvach HaBris Shvach HaBris

    Shvach HaBris

    Laws and customs of Bris, Pidyon Haben, Upsherenish and Entry into Cheder. Includes the Maamar B`Etzem HaYom HaZeh and the Kabblah recited the night before the bris. Learn More
  9. The Bris Milah Companion The Bris Milah Companion

    The Bris Milah Companion

    The Bris Milah Companion The ultimate guide for new parents or parents-to-be. Perfect for anyone interested in learning more about the mitzvah of Bris Milah - Ritual Circumcision. This all-in-one guide includes everything you need to know, plus all relevant prayers and blessings. Great for expectant parents, new parents, and as a special memento for your guests at the Bris ceremony. INCLUDES Comprehensive introduction and overview of Bris Milah. Chapters on pregnancy and birth. Shalom Zochor. Choosing a Name, and more. All prayers and liturgy for the Bris ceremony. The Grace After Meals Clear English transliterations. Ceremony for naming a baby girl. selection of basic Jewish prayers. INCLUDES Comprehensive introduction and overview of Bris Milah. Chapters on pregnancy and birth. Shalom Zochor. Choosing a Name, and more. All prayers and liturgy for the Bris ceremony. The Grace After Meals Clear English transliterations. Ceremony for naming a baby girl. selection of basic Jewish prayers. Learn More
  10. Bris Nosan Bris Nosan

    Bris Nosan

    Bris Nosan ברית נתן טעמי הלכה ומנהג לברית מליה במנהגי חב"ד Learn More

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