There is probably no greater joy than the birth of a child – a joy that unites the physical, the emotional, and the spiritual; a joy that holds awe, love, tenderness and responsibility.

A Jewish baby naming ceremony is actually three ceremonies in one:

  1. Welcoming the baby to his/her new embodied life.
  2. Bringing the baby into what Jews call the brit or covenant, a sense of being connected to the past and of participating in something whole and sacred.
  3. Giving the child a Jewish name.

Rabbi Brian Field and Dr. Caryn Aviv are delighted to work with you to craft a ceremony that reflects your own values and goals as a parent, help you select a Jewish name for your child, and officiate the ceremony. If you are interested in learning more, please fill out our inquiry form or call 303-320-6185. If you are ready to register for your naming ceremony, please click here to fill out the form.

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Our baby naming was truly wonderful. It was so beautiful and inclusive. A very spiritual experience for our family.”

Baby naming fees:

The fee for the planning and officiation of a Baby Naming ceremony is $400*. A discount of up to $250 may be applied to the total cost. Click here for more information about

*No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Payment plans or reduced rates can be arranged. Please contact Stacey Gottlieb at or 303-320-6185 for more information.

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