- Spiritual Practice
Shabbat Morning Service (Hybrid)
- Saturday, March 18, 2023
- 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
- Join us online
Our Shabbat service includes the celebration of the B’Mitzvah of Mia Silberstein.
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Greetings everyone! My name is Mia Silberstein and I am a skilled martial artist. I do a form of Chinese martial arts called “wushu” which is a sport version of Kung fu. I have been doing wushu for quite a few years now and I love it! My favorite part of wushu has to be all of the cool jumps, whenever I do a wushu jump I feel super cool and like I am flying.
I live with my brother Andy, and my parents, Frances and Eric. My brother is 15 years old and is in 10th grade. At home, My family and I speak a lot of “Chinglish”(Chinese mixed with English). I always try to speak as much Chinese as I can because one dream that I have is to someday be fluent in both English and Chinese. I attend Brown Middle School in Newton and Chinese is probably my favorite class because of my awesome teacher.
As I get closer and closer to my Bat Mitzvah I am starting to realize the importance of helping others. One way that I contributed to making the world a better place was by volunteering at Hebrew Senior Life. There, I got to know a few people with declining memory. We did a few activities together and had a great time! Becoming a Bat Mitzvah means becoming more responsible and I am proud to be at this stage of life.