Rabbi Silverman made my daughter's baby naming so special for me and my family. My husband is Jewish, and I'm Catholic. I was nervous about the naming because I wanted to get it right (I'd never even been to one). Rabbi Silverman walked me through it from beginning to end. He made me feel so welcome, and comfortable. I can't say enough about him. I give him 5 stars!
Rabbi Silverman was absolutely amazing to work with and performed a beautiful ceremony at our wedding on 4/23/17! He is very responsive, accommodating, and inviting. A little background on me and my (now) husband: I was brought up Catholic and my husband is Jewish, so we wanted to work with someone who could incorporate both sides, but without being overly religious either, since neither of us are super religious. Rabbi Silverman worked with us to put together a program that suited our styles and traditions perfectly. We are so happy that we chose him to officiate for us on our big day - he made it so memorable and everyone said it was beautiful!
The title “Rabbi” is perhaps the most honorable of all within the Jewish religion – Marking its bearer as a learned teacher, a devout, wise and powerful leader. Fortunately, you can now get a professional rabbi in South Florida for your special wedding day. South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman understands that the decision to marry implies devotion into a sacred covenant with the one you love. When the time is right for your wedding in South Florida, Rabbi Silverman is exactly what you’ve been looking for. These days, a traditional Jewish wedding or interfaith wedding can take place in a synagogue, a home, hotel or any alternative setting, such as an outdoor gazebo. Having understood that being a rabbi means more than just being able to quote Jewish law, South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman has availed himself to various and diverse ways of healing, living and loving so as to be able to openly share and affect his community as would truly be expected of a rabbi. Rabbi Silverman’s wedding ceremonies throughout South Florida include bride and grooms’ heartfelt declarations, the sharing of wine and the exchanging of rings, as well as all of the traditional blessings. Services performed by the rabbi from South Florida include the newlywed couple breaking the glass under the canopy, or “chuppah.” South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman is truly committed to one thing – Leading a life guided by the heart, where Jewish law and spiritual fulfillment can and do co-exist. South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman also knows that is not a mission, but rather a wondrous journey, beautifully unfolding and expanding with each and every moment.
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