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Mazal tov on the birth of your son!

Traditional Brit Mila (ritual circumcision) confers untold spiritual rewards as well as attendant health benefits.

Ever since G‑d commanded our forefather Avraham to circumcise his son, Yitzchak, on the 8th day following birth, Jews have stayed faithful to tradition.

A second generation Mohel (ritual circumciser), based in Melbourne, Australia, Rabbi Elisha Greenbaum has over 19 years of experience practicing locally, in all states and territories of Australia and throughout the region including New Zealand and Asia.

New parents have so much on their minds; how wonderful to be able to relax, knowing that the most important ritual of your precious child's early life will be expertly performed by Rabbi Elisha Greenbaum, in a safe, comfortable environment, surrounded by family and loved ones and with maximum attention to safety and hygiene.

Parents living in other states of Australia or internationally (Singapore, New Zealand, Thailand, other parts of Asia)
Articles by Rabbi Greenbaum
Circumcision is the first commandment given by G-d to Abraham, the first Jew, and is central to Judaism.
Pidyon Haben: We are commanded to “redeem” firstborn sons after they reach 30 days of age. What is the significance of this rite, and how is it done?
Which is the most important letter in the whole Sefer Torah? Maybe the first one? Or the last one? Or the one in the middle? Do you think there might be one letter that the Torah just can't do without?
More than a mother's group or playgroup. Bagel Babies was created to give Mums the chance to relax and meet up (with a good cup of coffee) with new and old friends whilst giving their babies & toddlers the opportunity to discover, explore, create, learn Jewish & Hebrew songs & experience the Jewish holidays.