Virtual Jewish Birth Prep Workshop

Online 3:30 – 5:45 pm (PDT)

May 21, 2021

pregnant woman at computerLearn about rituals during pregnancy, labor and delivery, choosing a Hebrew or Jewish name, circumcision/bris, naming and welcoming ceremonies, Jewish perspectives on parenting, and more.

This class will be facilitated by JBN Director Carol Booth, JBN Program Manager and doula Jennifer Altman, along with other rabbis and lay leaders. Become informed and make friends.

Honeymoon Israel

Honeymoon Israel is a Jewish organization that provides trips to Israel for couples with at least one Jewish partner.  Spend nine exhilarating, romantic and memorable days exploring Israel, while building friendship and community with other couples from the Bay Area.  For more information see www.honeymoonisrael.org or email [email protected]

Class Philosophy

The Jewish Baby Network is committed to providing information in a non-judgmental manner. It is our intention to educate parents about the traditions, rituals and resources, and it is up to each parent to decide how much or little to incorporate into their family’s life. The Jewish Baby Network welcomes everyone, including LGBTQ, single and multi parent, multifaith, multiethnic, multiabled, and unaffiliated families.

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