FAQ

Why do we do a Bris? The heavens and the earth and all that are found in them exist and are preserved in the merit of the great mitzvah of bris milah, as it is written (Jeremiah, 33:25): “If not for my covenant, I would […]

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The Mohel

Rabbi Adam Epstein originally from Houston, TX, has degrees in Economics-Mathematics and Philosophy from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Later, he learned in Yeshiva at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, NJ. He continued in Collel Menachem in Brooklyn, NY […]

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Check List

If any health-related concern develops (i.e rash, fever, etc.) it should be brought to the mohel’s attention immediately. The child’s last feeding should conclude one hour prior to the bris. If breastfeeding, please refrain from taking Advil, Motrin, or any other […]

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After Care

Supplies: Two 1-oz. tubes of Neosporin, Bacitracin, or triple antibiotic ointment with zinc Thirty 3×3 sterile gauze pads Medicated baby powder (such as Caldesene or Gold Bond) Note: for your convenience, I can supply all the post-bris supplies.   Caring […]

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Mazel Tov! Need a Mohel?

Another happy customer

I am certified to perform brisim to the highest medical and religious standards. I serve Chicago, Detroit, and the whole Midwest region; yet, no place is too far, I will travel throughout the United States, Canada, and beyond. Also, because of the dearness of this mitzvah, no parents are turned away due to lack of funds.

I aim to please the new parents, providing you with pre- and post-bris visits. If you would be more comfortable, I can also do the bris ceremony at home.

When planning the bris milah of your son, please contact me and I will be honored to be your mohel or help you with anything else you may need.

Success and blessing,

Rabbi Adam Epstein

Board Certified Mohel