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Life Cycles

Being present for important moments in your life and in the life of your family are some of the most meaningful things I do as a rabbi. It is a privilege to share the most intimate moments of joy and of sorrow with people. I often share that some of Judaism's greatest wisdom lies in our rituals for marking time and mourning death. Whether for a baby naming, a wedding, or a funeral, I will work to craft a ceremony that reflects your uniqueness while connecting you with the depths of the Jewish tradition 


I love to be a part of two people officially committing to each other. To prepare for a wedding, I meet with each couple at least three times to ensure the wedding ceremony fits you and to so I can facilitate pre-marital counseling. 

If you are interested in learning more, please start here. You will also find resources for your wedding at the link.


The most meaningful part of my work is being present with people in extremely difficult moments. I would be honored to be with you and your family as you are grieving. I will help you through the process of mourning and craft a funeral service to fit the needs of you and your loved one. 

Baby Namings

As a parent of a young child, I take special joy in welcoming a new child into the world and into the Jewish people

Creation of a Ritual

If you cannot find what you are looking for on the website Ritualwell, I would be honored to help you craft a ritual to fit your particular situation.

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