Celebrations are special at Temple Judea.

Most Temple Judea members choose to celebrate their simcha on the Temple Judea campus following their child's B'nei Mitzvah service.  Our exclusive caterer, Scott Roeb Catering & Events has over 20 years of experience in making celebrations meaningful and special.  They'll bring an extraordinary guest experience with no detail left untouched. 

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Reception Options:

If you select a 10:30am service, you may choose:
A reception immediately following the service (usually 12pm to 4pm) catered by Scott Roeb Catering & Events and with use of entire Social Hall. This is our most popular option.

An extended kiddush, catered by either Scott Roeb Catering & Events or Women of Temple Judea. An extended kiddush lasts no more than 90 minutes, there is no dance floor, and can only be booked up to 14 months in advance of your date.  You will be offered an appropriate available space on campus to meet your party’s needs. 

A reception in the evening, catered by Scott Roeb Catering and Events. When selecting this option, many people also choose to have an extended kiddush luncheon (assuming availability) immediately following the service.

If you select a 5pm service, you may choose to have your evening reception on campus immediately following the service, catered by Scott Roeb Catering & Events. Music, dancing, video montages, decorations, and more transform the Judea and Solael Rooms for the duration of your event.

To reserve your reception at Temple Judea, indicate this on the form you will complete to choose a date and include the required deposit payment. This deposit covers a portion of the room rental, maintenance and security fees, which are payable to the temple. It is refundable up to 18 months prior to the Bar/Bat Mitzvah. You will have a separate contract with Scott Roeb Catering and Events.


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*Temple Judea's policy is that the family of the B'nei Mitzvah must be current members of Temple Judea, with all financial obligations satisfied, during the entire preparation period and membership year in which the service takes place. Students are also expected to be concurrently enrolled in Temple Judea's Religious school and/or Jewish day school from the 4th grade, including Judaic & Hebrew studies. Click to learn about Temple Judea's Religious School. Please be sure to review ALL our B'nei Mitzvah policies. If your have additional questions, are staring this process late, or think your family may need additional tutoring or accommodations, please reach out. You can also review our Frequently Asked Questions on our Resources Page.  

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