The Non-Jew's Guide to Jewish Ceremoniesby Elizabeth Reynolds
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Have you ever been invited to a Jewish event such as a bar mitzvah or wedding and been unsure of what to expect or what to wear? Have you ever wanted to pay a condolence call to offer support to a Jewish friend or colleague but been unsure of what would be required of you? Well here's a book that will alleviate all of your concerns and fears.
After reading The Non-Jew's Guide to Jewish Ceremonies, you will be able to confidently attend the circumcision of an eight-day old baby or the bar mitzvah of a 13-year-old boy. If invited to a Jewish wedding, you will know what the various rituals signify. If you need to go to a Jewish funeral or pay a condolence call afterward, you will be able to confidently do so without worry.
This book will explain to you what the rituals are for; what to expect before, during and after the ceremonies; what to wear; and even what type of gift to bring for those times a gift is appropriate.
Written by best-selling author Elizabeth Reynolds, this book is the one to buy if you expect to attend any Jewish life-cycle event in the future. It is sure to put you at ease.
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