Life ceremonies are unique occasions which call for a concerted and profound involvement by the families in shaping those hours of singular transcendence. As I see it, it is fundamental for the spotlight to be squarely on those involved in them when officiating at life's happy moments, and to be extremely sensitive to the emotions of those affected by personal loss.


The opportunity to provide counsel and guidance has always been a source of gratification during my career as a rabbi. 


The conversion process begins with education and an exploration of different components of the Jewish faith and culture.


The Jewish wedding ceremony is a profound, spiritual and beautiful ceremony rich in Jewish customs and traditions.


These celebrations mark an important step toward adulthood, and the ceremony honors family and past generations.


The naming of a Jewish child is a profound spiritual moment. 


The death of a loved one is a deeply sad and difficult time, one in which Judaism offers a framework of comfort and support.