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B’Mitzvah honors worksheet

Honors

For the B’mitzvah of ______________________________

Ark Opener __________________________________________________

Aliyah One: (Relationship to B’mitzvah) __________________________________

Hebrew Name(s) ________________________________________

(e.g., Sarah bat Avraham v’Rivka)

English Name(s) ________________________________________

(e.g., Sarah Stein, cousin of the bar mitzvah)

 

Aliyah Two: (Relationship to B’mitzvah) __________________________________

Hebrew Name(s) ________________________________________

English Name(s) ________________________________________

Aliyah Three: (Relationship to B’mitzvah) __________________________________

Hebrew Name(s) ________________________________________

English Name(s) ________________________________________

Aliyah Four: (Relationship to B’mitzvah) __________________________________

Hebrew Name(s) ________________________________________

English Name(s) ________________________________________

Aliyah Five: (Relationship to B’mitzvah) __________________________________

Hebrew Name(s) ________________________________________

English Name(s) ________________________________________

Aliyah Six: (Relationship to B’mitzvah) __________________________________

Hebrew Name(s) ________________________________________

English Name(s) ________________________________________

 

 

Aliyah Seven: Parents of the B’mitzvah

Hebrew Name(s) ________________________________________

English Name(s) ________________________________________

Maftir- B’mitzvah

Hebrew Name ________________________________________

 

Hagbah (Lifting the Torah)

Hebrew Name ________________________________________

English Name ________________________________________

Glilah (Tying the Torah)

Hebrew Name ________________________________________

English Name ________________________________________

 

Notes: Anyone may have the honor of opening/closing the ark, dressing the Torah (Glilah), and lifting the Torah (Hagbah).  However, since the Torah can be awkward to lift and someone has to fast for 40 days if it is dropped, we strongly recommend a strong adult for that honor.  For an Aliyah (being called to recite blessings over the torah), a Jewish adult (age 13 and older) must be called.  Non-Jewish adults may accompany the Jewish adult and are welcome to sing along if they feel comfortable doing so.