Rabbi Stacy Bergman
In marking life’s most meaningful moments, what matters to you? I know one size does not fit all. Let these moments be celebrated and cherished, grounded in your choices, values and priorities. Ceremonies are inclusive of all faiths, beliefs, ethnicities and sexual or gender identities.
Every relationship is unique and every couple is special; I will help you plan a ceremony that reflects who you are as a couple, is sensitive to your wishes and honors the unique aspects of every situation. After an initial phone conversation to introduce ourselves to each other and to learn about each other’s style and approach, we will plan a meeting, in person or virtually, to explore your vision for your ceremony, to begin identifying customs and rituals you want to include, adapt or leave behind. I officiate at Jewish, Interfaith, Bi-racial and LGBTQ weddings and I have experience combining religions and other heritages and working with other clergy. Once you decide to work with me, I am available to you via phone, text, email, facetime and meeting in person so we can continue to get to know each other. Your wedding ceremony will be the beautiful, fun, poignant, meaningful and personal moment you want it to be.
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I am an independent rabbi creating innovative Jewish experiences to build community and to connect.
I believe in the power of Jewish tradition to inspire people and create meaning.
I meet people where they are to bring Jewish encounters beyond the walls of the synagogue.
I specialize in making Judaism creative, relevant and accessible.
I bring a warm heart, an open mind and a rich knowledge of tradition to all people who engage with me.
I believe black lives matter, all people are created in the image of God and all faiths deserve honor and respect. I am fully inclusive.
I grew up in Baltimore, Maryland in a family that made Judaism fun and with a rabbi who made Jewish text, tradition and Torah come alive. After graduating with a degree in Religion at Tufts University undergraduate, I was ordained by Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 1998.
I served as a Program Associate for UJA-Federation, as the Assistant Director of Program at the Union for Reform Judaism, as the Director of Jewish Life and Learning at the Rosenthal JCC and as a congregational rabbi at Temple Shaaray Tefila in Bedford, NY.