Ask the Rabbi – Ask Rabbi Andrea

outside-temple Ask the Rabbi, Rabbi Andrea is available to answer your questions. I can provide guidance and answers on a range of personal, spiritual and practical questions.

I often meet others that after I introduce myself, they will tell that not only are they Jewish, but they do not practice being Jewish. I respond “I do not judge you for your choices.” Judaism and all faiths are an identity. What you do with that identity is your choice. My web site is intended to offer information by finding common answers to common questions of Judaism.

If you do not find what you are seeking, please, do not hesitate to ask. If you are not Jewish and want to ask questions, please do not hesitate to email me.

Note: All your questions are confidential.

Response time is within a 48-hour time frame or sooner. Need immediate assistance, then use the toll free number:

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Contact Rabbi A. Frank

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Contact Rabbi Andrea, your gateway to information, guidance and assistance when needed.

Life cycle ceremonies are not difficult to plan when you can find the information you need to fulfill what you seek.

Rabbi Andrea Frank, the Jewish Wedding Rabbi – resides 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.

Most creative wedding ceremony locations can be accommodated such at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Prospect Park, Botanical Gardens and the well known Central Park. Did you know there is the Central Park Zoo, the Boathouse and even Cinderella’s castle. All wonderful and beautiful locations for a wedding in the park. Each wedding reflects the personalities of the couple.

Lets not forget a New York State officiate can conduct your wedding either pre-planned or after the required waiting period of 24-hours.

Planning to Elope? Call Rabbi Andrea Frank, the Jewish Weddding Rabbi to assist you in planning your intimate wedding for two and two witnesses. A traditional 8×10 Ketubah will be provided in observance of Jewish law. Contact Rabbi Andrea for to provide a beautiful Spiritual Civil Wedding Ceremony

Destination Weddings

This Jewish Wedding Rabbi will be happy to assist your destination 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 in the Caribbean, Mexico, St. Thomas, Bahamas. Even on cruise ships when in port, then sail away on your honeymoon (optional).

In Addition To Weddings – Life Cycle Ceremonies

Don’t belong to a congregation, its okay, your not alone. Need private lessons for your child to prepare for an alternative Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah? Baby Naming Ceremony for your child to receive Hebrew name for baby boys, and for baby girls.

Life Cycle Ceremonies UnAvoidable

Are you in need of a hospital visit for your beloved family member to lift their spirits or comfort them in prayer? Jewish Funerals, Shiva Minyan and Unveiling are available in the local tri-state area.

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Shalom U’Veracha – With Peace and Blessing to you and your family,
Rabbi Andrea


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The Article ‘Wedding Officiant Fee Guide’ May Assist You Further?


Contact Rabbi A. Frank

Call 1-888-214-3821 or Submit Your Inquiry –  Click Here

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Rabbi or Wedding Officiant Honorarium (Fee) Guide


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