Find a Rabbi to Officiate at Your Wedding
You are getting married, you are busy planning your wedding, and you are looking for just the right rabbi to officiate.You want someone who is both traditional and relatable and welcoming.
We are here to help: to help with your wedding, to help you embark on the new chapter of your lives,and to help eagerly welcome your new family into the Jewish community.
The rabbis listed in this website are warm and inviting orthodox rabbis who look forward to helping Jewish men and women marry each other in a traditional Jewish wedding. They are all members of the Rabbinical Council of America,* the leading membership organization of orthodox rabbis in North America.
They each have experience officiating at weddings and have worked with brides and grooms and their families just like you and yours. The rabbi you choose will meet with you to plan the perfect wedding ceremony. He will become a resource to you as you establish your new Jewish home.
How does this work
Click here to see a list of participating rabbis and contact a rabbi in your area directly.
For information about the RCA, click here
*The RCA is providing this website as a service to the public. We provide this service for free, but the individual rabbi you choose may charge for his time and service. The RCA is not responsible for the use of this service.
Rabbi Yehoshua GrunsteinN/A, Efrat
Rabbi Gedalia WallsMaryland, Silver Spring
Chaplain Mendy SternDistrict of Columbia, Washington
Rabbi Moshe KurtzConnecticut, Stamford
Rabbi Tuvia BranderConnecticut, West Hartford
Rabbi Shlomo YaffeMassachusetts, Longmeadow
Rabbi Brian ThauN/A, Zichron Yaakov
Rabbi Doniel KramerNew York, Brooklyn
Rabbi Dovid AsherVirginia, Richmond
Rabbi Roy FeldmanNew York, New York
Thank you so much. We are not connected to a synagogue, but we wanted to have a wedding that both of our families would feel comfortable with, and we didn’t know where to turn. FindAWeddingRabbi.org made it easy to find a modern Orthodox Rabbi that we could connect with, and other tools to help our wedding go out without a hitch (even during COVID). The Rabbi we worked with was so professional. Highly recommended.- C. & S. Bartowski
My wife grew up religious and I grew up secular. When we decided to get married, we weren’t really connected to any Rabbis, but we wanted her parents and family to come, so we knew we needed to find a Rabbi to officiate that would check all of those boxes. We also didn’t want my parents or family to freak out. FindAWeddingRabbi.org made it easy.- M. Schwartz
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