Weddings

Rabbi Rain would love to craft your perfect wedding or commitment ceremony.

Every wedding should be unique and meaningful, and Rain is happy to work with you to blend the traditional and the personal to create a meaningful ritual.

Rabbi Rain is comfortable working in interfaith, LGBTQ, and other diverse settings, and has experience co-officiating with clergy of various faith backgrounds.

Rabbi Rain officiating at Lena and Peter's Wedding

Please note:

If possible, check with the rabbi before setting your date! Rabbi Rain is generally not available to officiate on Jewish holidays.

Rabbi Rain wears a Bishop's hat, a la Princess Bride, at David and Ruth's wedding

Some questions to consider before meeting with Rabbi Rain about your wedding ceremony:

What aspects of a traditional Jewish wedding most appeal to you?

Who will be a part of the ceremony and what role will they have?

Will there be a co-officiant?

Here’s what people are saying:

Rabbi Rain sets up the glass at David and Ruth's wedding
Rain officiates at Susan and Josh's interfaith wedding
Rain officiates at Susan and Josh's interfaith wedding
Rabbi Rain officiating at Mirisa and Jefone's wedding, their son Julian in tow.
Rabbi Rain officiating at Mirisa and Jefone's wedding, their son Julian in tow.
Rabbi Rain watches as Debbie and Ross sign their ketubah