Celebrate with us
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Ceremony:
Creating that Unforgettable Bar/Bat Mitzvah Experience
Celebrating your Bar or Bat Mitzvah is a once in a lifetime experience. Kehilat Kol HaNeshama, located in Jerusalem, invites Jewish families from all over the world to celebrate Bar and Bat Mitzvah with us.
For nearly thirty years Kol HaNeshama has promoted pluralistic Judaism in Israel. Together with your family, we will help you create a meaningful, unique and unforgettable event in Israel.
Your Bar/Bat Mitzvah
We are proud to offer private Bar/Bat Mitzvah services for your family and guests.
The services can be held in our beautiful sanctuary located in the Baka neighborhood of Jerusalem on weekdays (Monday or Thursday) morning or afternoon - in a private atmosphere or on Saturday morning services in our weekly morning service together with the community.
At Kehilat Kol HaNeshama, we believe that your special celebration should be a unique experience. Therefore, we will be pleased to help you create the ceremony that meets your family's needs and wishes.
If you choose to hold a private event in Kehilat Kol HaNeshama on a weekday, a buffet can be organized at the end of the ceremony.
If you choose to hold the event in Kehilat Kol HaNeshama with the community on Saturday, it is customary to have a Kiddush buffet for all the participants.
We will be pleased to connect you up to one of our licensed catering services that work with us.
The fee for having a Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebration at Kol HaNeshama is $750.
The price includes:
Using the Kol HaNeshama sanctuary space and facilities (chairs, tables, electric kettle).
Having an orientation meeting with our Rabbi.
Only on Saturday morning - Service and ceremony leaders.
(Arranging for a Rabbi or Cantor to officiate the ceremony on a weekday is possible with an extra cost).
The learning of the Torah reading is recommended to be done at your own local community.
As a meaningful souvenir, Kol HaNeshama will give each Bar and Bat Mitzvah graduate a present to remember your Jerusalem experience.