Holidays and date setting

Sukkot starts on a Sunday night next year. Can I have my ceremony Sunday afternoon? I'm not very observant, but do want a Jewish wedding (and a willing Rabbi) Thanks Sandy -   Rabbi Andrea's Reply... Thank you for asking your … [Read more...]

Jewish Glass Breaking Ceremony

Part 6 of 7 Wedding Ceremony Order of Service The Jewish Glass Breaking Ceremony is an important part of the Jewish wedding and full of symbolism. The groom breaks the glass with his right foot at the conclusion of the Jewish wedding ceremony. It … [Read more...]

N Y E 2 0 1 5

NYE. 2015 Wow! 2 0 1 4 will soon be no more, but I 'm so thankful to all I've met, assisted with Rabbi services and with those I continue to stay in touch. Looking forward to each day, each moment making new memories in N Y E 2015. L'Chaim! … [Read more...]

Jewish Wedding Rabbi

Jewish Wedding Rabbi Sharing a Video that was created for her.  Just the music alone makes you want to click and play. All music has an impact on our lives, and wedding ceremony music can do the same.  The music you choose to walk down the … [Read more...]

Watching Time – Wedding Canopy

  Watching Time Under the Wedding Canopy Every notice the Rabbi standing under the Chuppah wedding canopy looking at his or her watch.  The wedding processional is beginning and you glance at the Chuppah just when the Rabbi entered the … [Read more...]

Jewish Weddings: Breaking Through the Glass

Jewish Weddings - Almost universally in all cultures, a broken glass signifies something. For some broken glass brings seven years of good luck, for others broken glass is believed to have quite the opposite effect. In business, women struggle to … [Read more...]

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