Same-Sex Couples having beautiful Jewish Wedding Ceremonies with customs and traditions they value.
I always stated, I Marry All Couples! Signing the Marriage Licenses for all couples is the paperwork I enjoy doing! On the sixth day of the week, the ninth day of Tammuz in the year 5775, which corresponds to the twenty-sixth day of June, in the year 2015 in all fifty US States, All the Brides to Brides and Grooms to Grooms can apply for their State’s Marriage Licenses. They are legal and binding. A glorious day was marked in the history of Marriage State Laws!
New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo signed and passed the law for equality for same-sex couples to be married with a state marriage license. New York was the sixth state in the nation to legalize same-sex marriage. Coincidence, the law passed in the month of June. The month of June is one of the popular months for all weddings. The Supreme Court passes the landmark, historic ruling.
The Reform Jewish Movement has long been committed to welcoming everyone into our congregations, synagogues and communal life…Holiness can be present in two Jews regardless of sexual orientation, and form foundations for stable Jewish families. Judaism teaches that all people are created in the image of God and are respected. Kiddushah (Holiness) exists in everyone. Love is Love!
Balancing the needs of today’s Jews and remaining true to the spirit of our faith is something that every rabbi works towards in and out of our temples and organizations.
- About Wedding Officiant Rabbi Services:
- Sunday, Monday to Friday Please Note: Friday is for local weddings before 3 PM.
- Saturday, all ceremonies can begin after 6:00 PM with a Ketubah and Marriage License signing before the ceremony begins.
- Work closely with all my couples so that the ceremony reflects their personalities, beliefs, dreams, wishes, and both families.
- Guidance, questions answered, pre-planning wedding meetings, resources, and much more.
- The time it takes to prepare everything for all to go smooth on the wedding day.
- Rabbi Services on the actual wedding day
- The Jewish Wedding Rabbi resides in Westchester County, New York and covers the Metropolitan area; New York (including New York City-Manhattan), Queens (Long Island City), Brooklyn (Prospect Park area, Park Slope, DUMBO, Greenpoint), Westchester County (Lower Hudson Valley), Connecticut (Fairfield), Bronx (Botanical Gardens, Wave Hill), Long Island (Nassau County) and New Jersey (Northern NJ).
- No matter whether it is the two of you; a few family members and friends or a large guest list
The custom of sharing wedding cake after uniting in marriage
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