Jewish Birthday Club


Just as each person has a civil birthday, they also have a Jewish birthday and a Jewish name, both of which are steeped in history, and rich in significance.

By joining the Jewish Birthday Club you will receive a certificate (see below) with your Hebrew birthdate. As members of the Jewish Birthday Club, you will receive an attractive mailing prior to their Jewish Birthday. This mailing will remind you of your upcoming Hebrew birthday.

We have special card for children and adults.

To join send us an e-mail to and we will add you to our list.

Please include the following information: secular and Hebrew names, secular birthdate (please specify if you were born after dark), and full address.

For more information on the Jewish calendar and times  click here.


What is a Jewish Birthday?

One's Jewish birthday is, of course, the date upon which one was born according to the Jewish calendar.

Far from considering it incidental, Jewish tradition regards one's Jewish birthday to be fraught with meaning and relevance and, in some ways, even a mini-Rosh Hashanah!

The Talmud informs us that on our Jewish birthdays our mazel (good fortune) is dominant.

The Jewish birthday is the perfect day for reflection about our lives as Jews and is an auspicious time to make new resolutions to perform good deeds and to deepen our commitment to Torah and the role it plays in our lives.

On one's Jewish birthday it is customary to get together with family and friends to celebrate Jewishly. At the celebration one should say a prayer of thanks to G‑d, give money to charity, and learn some Torah.

More on celebrating a Jewish Birthday