The Jewish wedding ceremony vividly illustrates the notion that God is the One who both sanctifies our marriages and acts as a silent partner. The basic ceremony consists of Kiddushin or betrothal and an exchange of rings, the reading of the ketubah or wedding contract, and Nisuin or the wedding ceremony with the recitation of the Sheva Brachot, the seven blessings recited at all Jewish weddings.
Marrying your soul-mate is a wonderful and exciting event in your life. We encourage you to consider getting married here in our beautiful sanctuary and, if you choose, continue the celebration in our beautiful Cohen Social Hall. However, whether you decide to hold the ceremony here or at another venue, Rabbi Rosenthal can help make your wedding even more special, combining the basic elements of all Jewish weddings and with the personal touches you want.
For more information about planning your wedding, please call the office at 619 697-6001 or email Rabbi Rosenthal.