Our clergy are honored to share in the joy of your nuptials. In addition to officiating, they can help you prepare for this joyous occasion by teaching the bride and groom the meaning of the ceremony, from Ketubah (marriage document) to Kiddushin (Engagement) to Chuppah (Marriage Canopy) to Nissuin (marriage ceremony) to breaking the glass. We offer Jewish wisdom in preparation for a life dedicated to love and companionship. We also work with you in crafting the ceremony, providing our knowledge and experience.
In accordance with policy suggested by the Union for Reform Judaism, MLRT and our clergy welcome LGBTQIA+ couples and interfaith couples to the chuppah.