We are welcoming and inviting you — our young Jewish adults in the local community — to join us and learn together as you create your families.
For the past 20 years L'Mazeltov has been actively committed to disseminating information about Jewish Childbirth Education and Life Cycle Education, based on the twin ideals of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) and l'dor v'dor (from generation to generation).
By combining two important Jewish symbolic expressions — L'Chaim (to life) and Mazel Tov (Good Fortune) — L'MazelTov presents its participants with a variety of ways to create a uniquely personal approach to Jewish parenting.
The L’Mazeltov Jewish Childbirth Education Program gives you the opportunity to connect and form relationships with other expectant parents, to meet for playgroups and Jewish holidays. L’Mazeltov is a one-of-a-kind program for Jewish families.
L’Mazeltov offers you:
- An obstetrical professional’s introduction to pregnancy and labor and delivery.
- Pre-natal and post partum care for the family and your new baby Jewish customs and the newborn.
- Parents responsibilities according to the Talmud.
- The significance of essential Jewish blessings, prayers and traditions.
The L’Mazeltov program is based on the book L’Mazeltov: Your Personal Guide to Jewish Childbirth Education.
$118.00 per couple includes dinner for the 4 weekly sessions. For more information, contact Janice Baisman, 786.364.9445, [email protected].
A Sample Evening: Arrival and dinner, Childbirth Education Section with OB/GYN’s and licensed professionals, Q & A with Childbirth professionals, and Jewish Life Cycle Education Section with a member of the Temple Beth Am Clergy.
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Blessing of the Bellies
Expecting a precious gift this year?
If you are an expectant mom or dad, please join us for a special “Blessing of the Bellies” that will be performed by our clergy. There is no greater gift than that of a child, so allow us to celebrate with you!
For information about the next Blessing of the Bellies, contact Rabbi Rachel Greengrass, at 305.667.6667 ext. 144 or email [email protected].