Choosing and naming a baby girl is a beautiful and meaningful opportunity.
The process for giving a Hebrew name can take place in Shul, often followed by a reception, typically during a service in which the Torah is read (Shabbat, Yom tov, Monday and Thursday) or at home in a Simchat bat ceremony.
The naming of a baby boy takes place during their Brit Milah (circumcision). Assuming there are no complications, this takes place on the eighth day after birth.
This can take place either in shul, often followed by a reception, or at a location to suit your family.
If you would like to book the shul for your son’s Brit Milah, please contact the Shul office.
Mohalim are religious experts who perform the Brit Milah procedure. Here is the United Synagogue approved list.
The following Mohalim have decades of experience and are highly recommended. Please get in touch with them directly to arrange:
Rabbi Dr. L Solomon 0208 202 7760; email@example.com
Dr. J Spitzer 07976 899 614; firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. M Harris 07896 718812 circumcisionlondon.co.uk