Jewish Baby Network: Birth Preparation Workshop | Congregation Beth Am

Jewish Baby Network: Birth Preparation Workshop

Co-sponsored by Honeymoon Israel

Getting ready for a birth? Know someone who is? Come join Jewish Baby Network and Honeymoon Israel for our Birth Preparation Workshop!

During this class, new and expectant parents will have an opportunity to learn about rituals during labor and delivery, choosing a Hebrew name, circumcision/bris, naming and welcoming ceremonies, Jewish perspectives on parenting and more. Tell your friends who are expecting!

The price is $36 per couple or $18 per individual which includes kosher vegetarian snacks and desserts along with a complete packet of materials and online resources. This class will be facilitated by Director Carol Booth, MAEd, and taught by our local Peninsula rabbis and lay leaders, including Beth Am's own Rabbi Jonathan Prosnit. Registration required and open until Sunday, November 17.

The Jewish Birth Workshop is only offered twice a year, so sign up now! JBN welcomes everyone, including unaffiliated, interfaith, single-parent and LGBTQ families. We have over 350 member families and are growing. Join us!

Questions day of? Call Carol at (650) 388-8089. For more information about the Jewish Baby Network and this event, please contact Director Carol Booth or visit

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, visit or email

Cosponsored by Congregations Beth Am, Kol Emeth, Beth Jacob and the PJCC. Jewish Baby Network thanks Natan and the Leslie Family Foundation for their support. Major funding provided by Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.

*PJCC membership not required to attend.

Congregation Beth Am
  • 26790 Arastradero Rd., Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
  • (650) 493-4661 Contact Us

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