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JT Boulder Launching “Baby Ritual Leader Finder”

JtBoulderFollowing our successful “Wedding Officiant Finder”, Jewish Together – Boulder is launching a “Baby Ritual Leader Finder” as part of our New Baby Resource Guide.

Mohels, mohelets, Rabbis, spiritual leaders and others who regularly perform baby ceremonies – bris, naming, brit shalom – will be able to list their profile and contact information for easy use by new parents, new grandparents or anyone planning a ceremony.

If you reside or regularly perform rituals in Boulder County, Colorado; are a member of a Boulder synagogue or the BJCC; identify as being Jewish and have performed at least one baby ceremony, we would love for you to apply to be included in our resource guide.

If you are interested, you will need to fill out an application that allows us to gather the information we need for publication. The application is an easy google doc and can be accessed here. We will also need a photo emailed to Amy Atkins, Dare to Do Coordinator at 18 Pomegranates, amy@18pomegranates.org. Once these two steps are complete, the committee will review your application.  Applications are due by October 28, 2013.

The guide will be available on the Jewish Together-Boulder website in November 2013.

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