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Family and friends to be honored at Brit Ceremony          


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If you wish to honor family members and friends by participation in the brit ceremony, please complete the following form in the appropriate spaces with their names.

1. Kvatter:  typically grandmother, aunt, sister or woman who brings baby into the room where brit is to be performed. 

2. Kisai Eliahu (Elijah’s Chair):  Man who takes baby from Kvatter and places baby on Elijah’s chair. 

3. Sandak Rishon (First Sandak):  Takes baby from Elijah’s chair and places baby on Sandak’s lap before brit.   

4. Sandak: (Man who holds the baby during the bris ceremony:)

5. Recitation of Kiddush (Two blessings in Hebrew):

6. Giving of the Name (Recitation of several sentences in Hebrew which include the baby and parent’s names): 

7. One Holds Baby After Brit (During Kiddush and Baby Naming): 

8. Kvatter Shani (Second kvatter):  One who brings baby out of room after brit ceremony to then be fed and watched

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