Your Child’s First Steps Into Jewish Adulthood
At Easy Bar Mitzvah, I’ll help your child prepare for their ceremony to become a full-fledged adult within the Jewish community. I provide lessons that educate them about the responsibilities and expectations that will be put on them before, during, and after the rite.
Additionally, I can officiate the ceremony and guide your child from beginning to end.
Each graduate receives a Bar/Bat Mitzvah Certificate.
Helping Families Celebrate Your Child’s Jewish Roots
Becoming a Bar and Bat Mitzvah is about ritual maturity. It is about growing up as a Jew and becoming a member of the Jewish community. The Bar/Bat Mitzvah is about moral and ethical responsibility, as well as learning the rituals and prayers required to become a Bar/Bat Mitzvah.
But today’s ceremonies have evolved into more personal celebrations of the rite of passage. Families may choose to be more creative and unique, but others may still choose a traditional service. My strength is in my ability to create different types of ceremonies tailored to your family’s needs.
I focus on the importance of the meaning of becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah and helping your child achieve his or her goals simply and confidently. When they gain a positive experience the entire family feels more connected to their Jewish roots.
Virtual Lessons -
Open to the Entire Family
Enroll your child in online lessons that will fit their schedule and these modern times -- anytime, anywhere! Wherever your child may be, I teach students using simple-to-learn and stress-free methods that everyone in your family will enjoy. Additionally, children love the personal access and freedom they gain by taking virtual lessons.
Destination Bar and Bat Mitzvahs
Whether it's from a cruise ship, a beautiful synagogue in Barbados, or the Riverwalk area in San Antonio, Texas, I create beautiful, meaningful ceremonies that can be held anywhere.
I’m located in South Florida, but I can accommodate your ceremony in the venue of your choice.
Thank You Notes From Former Students
Read wonderful handwritten notes about how much the students enjoyed the experience!
Thanks cannot begin to express my graditude. Thank you for the great books. Most of all thanks for all your time and fun. I miss seeing you every week. It might even be worth continuing to study Hebrew. Not.
- Thanks again, Love Matt
Dear Cantor Sherman,
Thank you for putting all of the time into my Bar Mitzvah that you did. I haven't talked to you in a while and I'd really like to. I am glad that you were able to stay with us the whole time. It me3ant a lot to me. I hope you are well.
- Love, Matthew
Thank you very much for peparing me so well for my Bat Mitzvah. YOur lessons were so much fun and you always kept me laughing! I always enjoyed listening to your multiple accents too! You are an amazing Cantor (and comedian)!
- Love, Alana
p.s. Next time, when you say "Amen", I won't say "No."
Dear Cantor Sherman,
Thank you for your support and guidance in helping me to prepare for my Bar Mitzvah. Needless to say, I couldn't have done it without you. You made learning my Haftora and Tora portions really fun. Also, thank you for encouraging me to do a little bit extra.
- Sincerely, Daniel
Dear Cantor Glenn,
Thank you officiating my Bar Mitzvah. YOu helped make my special day unique and perfect. If I you were my Hebrew teacher, I wouldn't mind going to Hebrew school. Enjoy the I tunes gift card and don't forget to Skype me for your lesson.
- Sincerely, Zach
Where do I begin? Thank you so much for absolutely everything. Costa Rica was a blast and the service was a peice of cake. Your really good at making it all easy and especially fun! I am so glad you came to do the Havdalah service. It wouldn't have been the same without you! I will never forget you, you are a huge part of my life now and thank you for everything! I hope your doing well! Miss you! on and you rock the California convertible look!
- Love, Steph