Your Bar/Bat Mitzvah or wedding ceremony will be a “simcha”of a life time when you host your ceremony at the Kahal Kadosh Shalom Synagogue, the beautifully restored, oldest Synagogue in all of Greece.
In August 2018 we offer a new Bar/Bat Mitzvah program. With Rabbi Barbara Aiello as our visiting Rabbi, your family can host a modern Bar or Bat Mitzvah program. For details: https://rabbibarbara.com/greece-bar-bat-mitzvah/
Our Synagogue can host these events and with a sitting area of 150 people and a balcony that can accommodate up to 30 people, the Kahal Shalom Synagogue is the ideal venue for your wedding or event. The spacious yard can accommodate your reception or even a standing buffet.
Bar / Bat Mitzvah
Finding ones soul mate is perhaps the most important decision that a person will ever make in their lifetime. The union of a man and women is the beginning of a new Jewish family. Marriage requires an investment of love, dedication and energy and the yield can be the development of a warm and happy Jewish home. The wedding ceremony consists of the writing of the Tenaim (marriage conditions) and the Ketubah (marriage contract). The groom must also veil the bride in remembrance of the matriarch Rebecca. Next comes the Chuppah where the actual wedding takes place. Usually the Chuppah is performed under a canopy or taleth. The groom will make the declaration “Behold you are betrothed to me in accordance with the law of Moses and Israel” and will then place the gold ring on the index finger of his new bride. After the ceremony, the family and friends enjoy singing and dancing to celebrate the creation of a new Jewish unit.
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