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Brit Milah
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Brit milah (Hebrew: בְרִית מִילָה [bə'rīt mī'lā] literally: "covenant [of] circumcision"), also berit milah (Sephardi), bris milah (Ashkenazi pronunciation) or bris (Yiddish) is a religious ceremony within Judaism that welcomes infant Jewish boys into a covenant between God and the Children of Israel through ritual circumcision performed by a mohel ("circumcisor") in the presence of family and friends, followed by a celebratory meal (seudat mitzvah).


Brit Milah Articles

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Bris Gift


Bringing a bris gift for parents at the ceremony is appropriate depending on one's relationship with them. It should not be as a "holiday" or "ritual" gift. Any baby stuff will do as bris gift. The bringer can also choose to give a Judaica bris gift for the baby. An example of a Judaica bris gift would be a small Kiddush cup or a bris pillow covering. More conventional items might be a prayer book. These items are available at your local Judaica store or online. Finally, if one is close to the parents, try helping them with preparing the celebration. They will appreciate that bris gift more than anything you give them!



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