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Is There Room for Jesus Under the Huppah?

Hosted By: 18Doors

The term “Jewish interfaith wedding” means different things to different people. If you’re planning for your Jew-ish wedding, it’s important to decide as a couple what this means to you, and to find an officiant that can accommodate your vision. Some couples have Jewish clergy officiate and want their wedding to be essentially the same as a wedding with two Jewish partners, with very minor differences, if any. Other couples want to include rituals from both partners’ religions or cultures.

There’s no “right” or “wrong” way to have an interfaith wedding as long as you have open and honest conversations with your partner, as well as your wedding officiant (or co-officiants), to ensure that your plan for your wedding feels right to everyone involved. Join 18Doors’ Rabbi Alex Greenbaum to hear his many ideas to consider for your ceremony, helpful advice on how to have productive discussions with your partner and questions to ask potential officiant(s) to determine if they’re the right fit for you.

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