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Yet, no matter the reason for an adult bar or bat mitzvah, there is one important thing to keep in mind: regardless of background, any Jewish person over the age of 13 is already considered bar mitzvah. So, adult b’nei mitzvah are essentially wonderful occasions and opportunities to learn, celebrate, and recommit to Judaism. But adult bar or bat mitzvah happens at many ages and for many reasons. The bar or bat mitzvah ceremony isn’t a mandatory rite of passage; by Jewish law, a boy reaches adulthood when he turns 13 and a girl at 12, no ceremony required. An adult bar/bat mitzvah is a bar or bat mitzvah of a person older than the customary age. Traditionally, a bar or bat mitzvah occurs at age 13 and 12 for boys and girls respectively. However, many adult Jews who have never had a bar or bat mitzvah choose to have one later in life.
There are things in life that are truly baffling — memorizing the adult bat mitzvah gifts
the digits of Pi, Rubik cubes, how Rachel Ray became so popular. Yet, what seems to send most non-Jewish guests who have been invited to a bar or bat mitzvah deepest into the land of bewilderment is the ever-elusive bar mitzvah card. What should you say in a card? How much should you give if writing a check? Is writing a check okay? Would a kid rather get a gift card?