Rabbi and Jewish Clergy Officiation Request

Congratulations! We're here to help you find the right rabbi or Jewish officiant.

If you’re here, chances are you or someone close to you is about to be married or have another important life cycle ceremony.

By submitting an inquiry with our free Rabbi and Jewish Clergy Officiation Request form, we will do our best to refer you to one of the many rabbis and cantors we work with. Please fill out as much of this form as you can. We will respond to all inquiries as soon as possible.

More interfaith wedding resources, including advice from rabbis, are available at our Interfaith Weddings page.

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Note: Rabbis and cantors are often unavailable to officiate weddings between sundown on Friday night and sundown on Saturday night (the Jewish Sabbath). The optimum timing for Jewish or Jewish interfaith weddings is Saturday night after sundown or anytime on Sunday. We will still do our best to refer you to Jewish clergy who officiate when your wedding is scheduled.

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For more wedding resources, see our Interfaith Weddings page.