As a husband and wife team, Rabbi Ira and Cantor Beth have worked together to develop a style of Judaism in their Jewish Community that is creative, musical, warm, and inclusive, and emphasizes the blessings of life! Their goal is to facilitate appreciation, love, and pride for Judaism in the Modern World, while honoring the ancient traditions in relevant and meaningful ways. With Rabbi Ira's background in Orthodoxy, and with Cantor Beth having grown up Conservative, this Pluralistic couple have worked with Reconstructionist, Reform, and Renewal Communities as well, which makes them the perfect choice to officiate for your Jewish or Inter-Faith Wedding Ceremony. They will take the time to make all of your family members feel comfortable attending and participating in the your ceremony. Rabbi Ira brings a unique and refreshing perspective to every wedding with positivity and humor, engaging everyone by explaining all the rituals. His well-rounded background allows him to reach people by bringing a vibrant, relevant, and fresh approach to the Judaism. Cantor Beth comes to the cantorate from the Musical Theatre world. When she sings our ancient prayers, her exquisite voice and deep soulful renderings bring new depth to our Jewish texts. Hearing her sing will take you to a higher spiritual place. The warmth and kindness of this caring couple are the calming force who make it their business to stay connected with the bride and groom, helping them every step of the way, to make this day the most special day of their lives.
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Jennifer · Married on 08/04/2013
Dear Rabbi Ira & Cantor Beth,Sent on 11/10/2013
From the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank you for making our wedding day so special and meaningful. Cantor Beth, your voice and guitar playing is angelic ! We had to really hold back the tears during our ceremony when you sang the blessings. Both you and Rabbi Ira took such care in meeting with us before the wedding, and planning out exactly what we wanted. Your fabulous idea of wrapping the bride, groom, bride's daughter and groom's son in a Talis to symbolize our new family was very meaningful. Thanks again for helping us make a beautiful Chuppah and explaining the symbolism of the ceremony to all of our guests. We will highly recommend you to all of our friends ! Love, Jennifer & Robert Maraia
Tanner Mongo · Married on 02/27/2014
Absolute shit. They are both inconsiderate fucks, and are complete assholes when you get to meet them. The shit that they did at my wedding I will never forget.Sent on 04/14/2019