Jewish & Interfaith Weddings by Rabbi Robin Sparr of Natick, MA, specializes in creating individually-tailored, spiritual, musical wedding ceremonies for Jewish and Interfaith couples of all religious and cultural backgrounds. I delight in developing personalized ceremonies which reflect the values, style, and unique characteristics of each couple, making your one-of-a-kind ceremony the centerpiece of your special day. I welcome and gladly officiate LGBTQ+ weddings and commitments. I am based in Greater Boston, but I frequently travel throughout the US and abroad for destination weddings. While I usually officiate solo, I'm happy to partner with a co-officiant from another faith. As an added option, my sweet soprano voice and skilled guitar playing can enhance your ceremony.
I offer pre-marital counseling if desired, guidance for custom vows and other ceremony elements, support for identifying additional vendors, and general wedding planning advice and guidance.
17 Reviews for Jewish & Interfaith Weddings by Rabbi Robin Sparr
Recommended by 93% of couples
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User5145743 · Recently married
Beautiful Same-Sex Jewish & Interfaith Wedding!
My wife and I were incredibly lucky to have Rabbi Sparr officiate our wedding at Saltwater Farm Vineyard in Stonington, CT. Her bio reads as true as she is. We are a same-sex Jewish and interfaith couple, so it was hard for us to find a Rabbi who would officiant our wedding. After our initial phone call Rabbi Sparr, we knew right away that she was perfect for us. She was responsive, dedicated, detailed, organized and supportive. She had many documents/resources to help us create a meaningful ceremony. She also officiated our Ketubah ceremony with our family and friends.There was not a dry eye in the audience and we absolutely loved our ceremony! Highly recommend!Sent on 10/18/2019
Megan · Married on 10/21/2018
Rabbi Sparr did our wedding on Sunday, October 21st 2018 and she was fantastic.Sent on 11/01/2018
We had a few meetings with her beforehand and it was very comfortable and she is very open to alternative lifestyles and is very funny.
She even had a tissue ready for me since I was balling like a baby because I was so happy during the ceremony!
What I didn't expect was her singing voice. When she did the Jewish sections she sang so beautifully and It was very special.
User6013572 · 2+ years ago
Rabbi Robin is absolutely fantastic. She helped us to construct a deeply meaningful Jewish-ish wedding that set the stage for the most wonderful event of our lives. People say that, 'cause, lord, one imagines that it is possible and hopes it will happen for them...but for us it was and a lot of credit goes to finding the perfect Rabbi for us.Sent on 12/02/2015
It turns out just having a Jewish wedding when marrying a non-Jew with no interest in converting is hard to do. We searched for Rabbis and were lucky enough to find someone who exceeded our expectations in every way.
Rabbi Robin was flexible with our busy medical school schedule, meeting with us in an evening at her home and doing video chats for both a first meeting and follow up ones. She took my call in a moment of crisis about a more religious family member not interested in participating in a blessing. She was reassuring and available.
Most importantly, she gave just the right amount structure and support to what was a pretty traditional wedding in all the ways we wanted, a tisch and bedeken (but the women also got scotch), seven blessings, mutual circling, a priestly blessing in Hebrew. But for each choice, which she presented to us at just the right time, we made ourselves. We made changes to the English prayers so that we could both feel them more honestly in our hearts. All of that was felt by our family and friends. They loved the whole wedding but most remarked on the ceremony. Thank you Rabbi Robin for helping us not make it too long.
While some people have wonderful friends who can marry them, and that is 100% the best choice for them, Rabbi Robin was able to create a personal ceremony that felt much bigger than us, it was connected to both of our families and to my Jewish tradition in ways that felt real and important to my partner.