mohel salary

we had a wonderful conversation, and he was very helpful; however, when i asked him what the charge was, he told me that i could pay however much i wanted. i find it amusing that such a complicated procedure does not have a set charge, and on the other hand, i am confused as to how much i should actually pay. however, most fathers cannot do the circumcision by themselves, and therefore appoint a surrogate, an expert mohel, to perform …

mohel tools

no matter who performs a circumcision—an obstetrician at the hospital, or a mohel at a bris—the operation is more or less the same every time. first comes anesthetic, at least in the hospital. others administer a few drops of sugary syrup or sweet wine to help distract and sedate the baby. the first needle goes in under the pubic bone, where the nerves are. one or more injections follow, and those subsequent needles “go into numbed areas,” says dr. jed …

how much does a mohel cost

we had a wonderful conversation, and he was very helpful; however, when i asked him what the charge was, he told me that i could pay however much i wanted. i find it amusing that such a complicated procedure does not have a set charge, and on the other hand, i am confused as to how much i should actually pay. however, most fathers cannot do the circumcision by themselves, and therefore appoint a surrogate, an expert mohel, to perform …

find a mohel

and once you discover that you indeed have a boy, you’ll need to call a mohel. many prefer not to hear from parents until the baby arrives, which makes sense (planning an exact day of arrival is tough! what if you really don’t want tons of people in your house? the actual procedure takes two to three minutes, usually on a kitchen or dining room table. do you prefer a more inclusive ceremony with plenty of english, for non-jews to …

Does a mohel have to be a rabbi

although they identify as practicing christians, the finches decided to have their baby circumcised by a mohel, a jewish person trained to perform a ritual circumcision, or brit milah (hebrew for “the covenant of circumcision”). while sherman doesn’t perform jewish blessings at the circumcision of a non-jewish child, he says that his circumcisions always have a spiritual element, and that many of the parents he’s worked with tell him they pick him over physicians for religious reasons. if it is …