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 Roles for Parents
Reform Perspective by Rivka C. Berman

Aside from receiving an aliyah – either together or separately – parents can participate in the service in other ways.

Parents may place the tallit around their child’s shoulders.
Parents can recite the Shecheyanu blessing, thanking God for bringing them to this day.
Parents may want to prepare personal blessings to recite at the service.

This may the only part of the service given over to the parents. Brief blessings that look back and look to the future are appropriate. (Hint: Refer to the specifics to back up generalities. Recall particular instances: “I remember when you hoarded pennies for the Keren Ami charity boxes, and that’s when I first saw how you treasured the Jewish value of giving.”)

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