Welcome to the Bat Mitzvah Club, where Bat Mitzvah age girls get together to discover what it means to become a Jewish woman and how powerful and important they are through fun crafts, DMC's and lessons to last a lifetime.

Program highlights include a Shabbat experience, a mother-daughter Challah Bake, and a Bat Mitzvah Ceremony.

Please read further about our program, end-of-year Ceremony and optional Dinner. Then apply! 

We look forward to having you join us!

Reach out for more info.

️Feigie Cohen 
Co-Director of Chabad Jewish Center of Carroll County 
[email protected]

Bat Mitzvah Program is for Girls ages 11-13 (Bat Mitzvah age)
Monthly sessions - 6:45 - 8:00 PM

2021-2022 Schedule:

October 3
Session: Neshama -Soul (Part I)
Join the club and get your very own BMC gear. Learn what the Bat Mitzvah hype is all about! Design your very own candle and do a cool candle experiment.

November 14
Session: Shabbat candles
Come and learn about the feminine power of Shabbat from our Matriarch Sara, and the miracles in her tent. Stained glass art.

December 19
Session: Mother Daughter Challah Bake
Get your aprons on as we learn the art and spirit of Challah baking. Let’s bake some delicious Challah from scratch with fresh natural ingredients. Moms and grandmothers are invited to join in the fun.

January 9
Session: Charity
Did you know our Matriarch Rivka was called “a rose among the thorns”? Let’s see what we can learn from her journey. Balloon launch. Design your own Tzedaka (charity) box.

Shabbat Dinner
There’s nothing in the world like Shabbat… come and get it! Join Feigie and her family in their home, as we light Shabbat candles, do Kiddush and enjoy a scrumptious dinner with friends, games and singing.

February 13
Session: Holocaust 
A person is like a tree, in order to grow tall we need our roots. Be spellbound by Mrs. Tuky Treitel’s story as a hidden child of the Holocaust. Parents are invited to join. 

March 13
Session: Modesty
Walk down the runway as a royal princess. Learn insights into the hidden story of Purim and how it was a woman who saved the day.

April 3
Session: Kosher
You are what you eat. Kosher hunt and cooking demo.

May 15
Session: Mikvah Tour
Moms join us for a unique opportunity to learn about the special mitzvah of Mikva that has united Jewish women throughout the ages.

Ceremony
Take part in the big milestone. BMC girls share an insight on a topic they learned, present songs, receive a BMC certificate and a special Bat Mitzvah gift . Candle lighting ceremony followed by Shabbat dinner. 

This event is not covered by the annual BMC registration.  Once we have all the details put together and the amount of guest you’d like to bring, there will be a separate registration fee.