When two people choose to create a life together, a Jewish wedding joins them in celebration and joy.

A Jewish wedding takes place under a canopy – the chuppah – that shelters a couple, even as it is open on all sides. The ceremony ends with the breaking of a glass, which symbolizes all that needs healing in the world today. A wedding isn’t just a celebration of love; it offers hope that we can heal all that is broken.

Interested in being married within the DJC? Book an appointment with Rabbi Miriam, and find the path that will work best for you.