Bar and Bat Mitzvahs are happening! Although different, they can be meaningful and special, and include ALL the guests you want. Of course, many of them can’t be in the same room. So, we’ve put together a list of vendors below that offer services to help you connect with guests no matter where they are. Daniel Espeut of Espeute Productions also supplied helpful tips for choosing a video production resource.
These vendors have the expertise to ensure no one misses this once-in-a-lifetime milestone.
Real time one-way or two-way inclusion of remote guests in service or celebration, plus recording of the day's events as they happened.
Montage in Broadcast
For those who broadcast services, you can include a montage to play after the virtual service or as part of the service.
Allie’s bat mitzvah at Congregation Gesher L’Torah was a true family affair. Not only did the bat mitzvah read Torah beautifully and deliver a meaningful message from the bimah, but family members added something special.
Most Atlanta families are welcoming non-Jewish family members and, at the very least, school and/or work friends who don’t know about much the Bar or Bat Mitzvah service. They may have never set foot in a synagogue before! Here’s are some of the best tips we’ve heard for welcoming and including non-Jews into the experience.