Rabbi Silverman Announces Jewish Interfaith Wedding FAQ

(Boca Raton, Florida) March 30, 2021

Rabbi Robert Silverman is pleased to announce his website page dedicated to frequently asked questions about interfaith weddings. In this day and age, cultures are constantly intermingling. People of all races, all sexualities, and all religions are finding each other and falling in love. To Rabbi Silverman, the love between two people is what matters most. He proudly offers interfaith marriages as one of his services.

 

In order to make the decision easier, Rabbi Silverman offers this frequently asked questions page to answer some key questions couples may have about the process: why won’t some rabbis do it? Does a certain ceremony structure have to be kept in mind? What is the difference between a Jewish, interfaith, and non-denominational wedding? What is the best day to properly honor both faiths? The concise answers are the best way to get the information you need in a short amount of time.

It is a well-known fact that Rabbi Silverman is one of the most progressive Rabbis in South Florida. On top of traditional and interfaith wedding ceremonies, he officers same-sex marriages, commitment ceremonies, and vow renewals. No one has the same journey of love, and Rabbi Silverman works to honor that.

“Rabbi Silverman and Bishop Gallant gave my husband and I the most perfect interfaith wedding ceremony we could have dreamed of,” one happy bride says. “I am Catholic and my husband is Jewish, and our ceremony brought the two religions together beautifully while maintaining a sense of uniqueness and intimacy that all of our guests remarked about all evening!… I feel so blessed that we met Rabbi Silverman and had the honor of being married by him!”

For more information on Rabbi Silverman and his work, call (305) 439-1990 or email rabbirobert@gmail.com

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