About the Rabbi
Rabbi Moshe Chaim Friedman is an expert Mohel, Certified by The American Board of Ritual Circumcision and is currently a member of it’s Executive Committee.
Rabbi Friedman resides in Brooklyn, New York and is the proud father of eleven children.
He studied at the Yeshiva of South Fallsburg, New York for seven years and then spent four years of intensive study at Beth Medrash Govoha of Lakewood, New Jersey. After returning to Brooklyn, he graduated Touro College and became a CPA. A major portion of his time is spent with volunteer work and community service.
Rabbi Friedman is one of the founders of Bonei Olam | Tomorrow a Child, an international organization that assists infertile couples in their quest to become parents. He has also served on the Board of Directors of Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services.
He also volunteers and serves as a Gabbai of the Chevra Kadisha of Guardians of the Sick. He is also a member of the Chevra Kadisha of Flatbush. In these capacities he has participated in the performance of over a thousand Taharas.
Rabbi Friedman is a volunteer Certified Mohel on the staff of Friends of Refugees of Eastern Europe (F.R.E.E.) an organization that has coordinated and performed over 15,000 circumcisions for Russian Jewish immigrants.
In the arena of Bris Milah, Rabbi Friedman is recognized for his excellent skills, technical competency and vast experience with thousands of circumcisions. His cheerful and upbeat personality coupled with his total and complete devotion to each Bris, has attributed to his vast roster of highly satisfied parents.