Rabbi David Degani & Cantor Lee Degani are a Miami, Florida, husband and wife officiant team serving couples in Central and South Florida. Rabbi David Degani & Cantor Lee Degani are the spiritual leaders of Congregation Shirat Shalom of West Boca Raton, Florida, an active congregation of over 200 families. As a married couple of almost 41 years, Rabbi David Degani & Cantor Lee Degani are excited to officiate weddings for a wide range of couples.
Rabbi David Degani & Cantor Lee Degani have helped countless couples create wedding ceremonies with great sensitivity to their Jewish or Interfaith needs. If you are an Interfaith couple, Rabbi David Degani & Cantor Lee Degani will happily work with you to weave together different traditions in order to create your unique wedding ceremony.
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Stefanie · Married on 03/02/2013
We contacted Rabbi Degani after the Rabbi where we live refused to co-officiate at our wedding ceremony with a Catholic priest and instead presented us with the option of having two ceremonies. Rabbi Degani and his wife were absolutely lovely and were truly a breathe of fresh air after what we had been dealing with. We live on the West coast of Florida so they Skyped with us to make arrangements prior to our wedding. Prior to our wedding, Rabbi Degani worked with our local Deacon to construct our interfaith ceremony. In the end, our ceremony was absolutely beautiful and was more than we could have asked for. Rabbi brought along his wife (Cantor Lee) and her singing during the ceremony was absolutely wonderful. I cannot thank them enough for their services and for the flexibility and willingness to travel to be with us on our special day.Sent on 04/08/2013
S Goldfarb · Married on 08/05/2019
Fabulous Rabbi David Degan
I want to thank Rabbi David Degan for a fabulous traditional ceremony. His stories made everyone laugh and his personal anecdotal notes about our children and about marriage were extra special. Thank you Rabbi for making our simcha extra special. The ceremony was perfect!Sent on 05/08/2019
We were so thrilled to have you and I would absolutely recommend Rabbi Degan to officiate your wedding!
Ian Weingold · Married on 07/27/2019
Meeting them is understanding the meaning of Beshert
We interviewed with several Rabbi's for our wedding ceremony. We were having a smaller gathering of 50 as this was not our first marriage and we are both "middle age". While we wanted everything lovely, we also had a budget in mind, so finding the perfect balance was critical. When we contacted Rabbi David and Cantor Lee we were struck by their warmth and personalities and their immediate interest in our story and our life. We met with them several times, over the phone and in-person, and to be perfectly honest we already consider them as friends. As we learned more about the meanings within the traditions of the Jewish Wedding Ceremony from Rabbi David, we found ourselves drawn to study more on our own and that made our ceremony all the more meaningful. The Rabbi and Cantor arrived early on the day of our marriage and performed such a powerful Ketubah ceremony that my wife-to-be was already in tears well before the wedding itself was to begin. We had our Wedding ceremony under a Chuppah that we built ourselves. Note that the Rabbi and Cantor can and will provide one, but we opted to order a Wedding Talit from Israel and set out to design our posts and decorations. Of course, the Rabbi, being so keen, brought this home-made Chuppah creation into his explanations of the symbolism into his ceremony. He helped me in my first wearing of my own Talit and explained to all the meaning of the Talit and so many other articles like the Ketubah and the blessings over the wine. They both brought my departed mother into the joy of the occasion by paying special homage to her life and spirit and lit her a Yartzeit candle in prayer that took family and friends who knew her into tears of loving memory. To be truthful, I don't know if the Rabbi and Cantor know well enough how they bring meaning, purpose, joy and enlightenment to their all important task, but we are forever grateful and they are forever in our hearts. So, do yourself a favor and meet them and you will love them!Sent on 07/29/2019
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Bringing spiritual and musical harmony to your wedding ceremony by combining the various traditions and background of the Bride and Groom Over the years we have helped countless couples create wedding ceremonies with great sensitivity to their Jewish or interfaith needs and wishes. We will help you create the kind of meaningful Jewish or interfaith wedding ceremony which best express your deep feeling for each other. Brides and Groom may come from diverse backgrounds. Therefore, planing a wedding ceremony is about bridging over various ethinc customes and family traditions. This weaving together of different traditios to create your unique wedding ceremony is a wonderful spiritual experience for you and your respective families. We, Rabbi David and Cantor Lee, believe that for every wedding ceremony there are many genuine wedding ceremonial roads leading to the joining together of two loving people and all these roads are wonderful.