Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe is a wedding officiant located in Atlanta, Georgia. She specializes in creating personalized ceremonies for couples of different Jewish backgrounds and interfaith religions. Because she believes that your wedding should truly be your own, Rabbi Malka is happy to help you incorporate meaningful traditions into your big day.
Rabbi Malka was ordained in 2014. She is the founding director of a Jewish non-profit organization called 18doors/Atlanta. Currently, she serves on the board for the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association and MACoM (Metro Atlanta Community Mikvah).
The Atlanta wedding officiant offers services for Jewish, agnostic, earth-based and non-denominational couples. She can help you plan a ceremony that reflects your beliefs, personality and vision of your future together. Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe can provide customized vows for the following wedding types:
- Civil union
- Interfaith ceremony
- Single religion
- Vow renewal
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Rabbit Malka has a wealth of insight and flexibility to cater to an interdenominational wedding. We interviewed a handful of rabbis who were not open to an interfaith ceremony - just a jewish ceremony of 2 interfaith people. We did not like that lack of inclusion and it left us with a rather stale taste in our mouths. Rabbi Malka was refreshing and so engaging on the initial call. She also made a point to include us with Couples & Conversations which helps couples facilitate conversations about interfaith households with children, parents, and other relatives. Though we were unable to attend, the gesture was greatly appreciated and we hope to be able to take her up on it in the future. If you want a Rabbi who will really listen and is very open to crafting a ceramony unique to the individual, she is the one to select.
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