The brit milah (bris), circumcision, is a physical symbol of the relationship between G‑d and the Jewish people. It is a constant reminder of what the Jewish mission entails. Held on the eighth day of life, the ritual is carried out by a skilled mohel (circumciser) and is a joyous celebration marking the entrance of another Jewish male into the covenant of Abraham
Rabbi Herzog is a certified Mohel. With over 15 years of experience. Trained by the leading Urologic surgeons in world class facilities.
The brit is performed anytime between sunrise and sunset on the eighth day from when the child was born.
If health complications delay the circumcision, it is performed immediately after the stable health of the child is confirmed.
In Judaism there is a concept that it is never too late. Even if for whatever reason he did not have a brit when he was eight days old, the date on which a brit should be performed on a healthy Jewish boy, he should have it done now.
Rabbi Herzog will arrange everything for your BRIT !
For thousands of years, even under persecution, Jews have circumcised their sons using the services of a mohel, ritual circumciser, who knows all the intricacies of performing the circumcision. By having your son ritually circumcised, you join their ranks in connecting your child with G‑d in an unbreakable covenant.