• Jewish Naming Ceremony The Blessing and Introduction of Newborn Babies into the Community
  • Jewish Wedding (after twenty-four hours) by The Jewish Wedding Rabbi
  • Online Bat Mitzvah and Bar Mitzvah Lessons
  • The Yahrzeit Lighting Dates according to the Hebrew Calendar
  • Jewish Wedding Rabbi Shop

Hello, I am Rabbi Andrea, an Ordained Reform Rabbi.

rabbi andrea frankIt is very important to have a rabbi to officiate a Jewish ceremony in order to make sure that the marriage ceremony, Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Hebrew Naming and all other life cycle ceremonies are done properly.

Marriage is a blessing! The rituals that make up the Jewish Wedding are beautiful! That beauty reflects in the faces of the Katan (bridegroom) and Kallah (bride) throughout those rituals.

The symbolism is that the bride and groom are about to create their own "new world" together intertwining two families with the customs and traditions under the Chuppah. Jewish, Interfaith, Civil Weddings and Commitment ceremonies. Each ceremony is unique intertwining the Jewish Ceremony order and customs which is why having a rabbi to guide you is so important.

I reside in Westchester County, New York and can assist in the Metropolitan area; New York (including New York City-Manhattan), Queens, Brooklyn and the surrounding locations in Westchester County, Connecticut, Long Island and New Jersey.

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Do you reside outside the Metropolitan area, and planing your Jewish ceremony in the New York and surrounding cities? Web Cam Conferencing is available for pre-planning meetings. My couples find this technology less stressful and able to meet with their Rabbi officiating their local ceremony

Most creative wedding ceremony locations can be accommodated - each wedding reflects the personalities of the couple.

If you need assistance for your wedding anywhere in the United States; Chicago, Texas, California, North Carolina, Florida to name a few states and everywhere else in between. You can have your destination Jewish wedding even on a cruise ship when in port, then sail away on your honeymoon.

About Rabbi Andrea: to reach the "congregation without walls."

Chazak chazak v’nitchazek – May we all move forward from strength to strength so that we all may be strengthened by each other.

Shalom U’Veracha – With Peace and Blessing, Rabbi Andrea Frank

Welcome to the Jewish Wedding Rabbi web site/study

Learn more than the usual information found on the Jewish Ceremony Customs and life cycles; Baby naming, Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Adult Bar or Bat Mitzvah, Funeral, Unveiling, Civil Wedding ceremony, Conversion Yahrzeit and more. New! Virtual Classroom - teaching online from computer to computer.



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