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Clergy Officiation Referral Service

Our officiation referral service can help you find a rabbi or cantor for your interfaith wedding, bris/baby naming ceremony, bar/bat mitzvah service, funeral, or other life-cycle event. Our database has more than 400 rabbis and cantors throughout the U.S. and Canada* who officiate at interfaith weddings.

The service is free, and we will do our best to find a member of the Jewish clergy who can help you on your wedding day or other special event. 

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We also have numerous resources on interfaith wedding ceremonies, much of it especially for people looking for help planning a Jewish and Catholic wedding.

*We do have access to some rabbis outside the U.S. as well as U.S.-based rabbis who are willing to travel outside of North America.

About InterfaithFamily.com

InterfaithFamily.com is a non-profit that provides resources and services for interfaith couples and families exploring Jewish life.

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Hebrew for "daughter of the commandments." In modern Jewish practice, Jewish girls come of age at 12 or 13. When a girl comes of age, she is officially a bat mitzvah and considered an adult. The term is commonly used as a short-hand for the bat mitzvah's coming-of-age ceremony and/or celebration. The male equivalent is "bar mitzvah." A member of the Jewish clergy who leads a congregation in songful prayer. ("Hazzan" in Hebrew.) Hebrew for "my master," the term refers to a spiritual leader and teacher of Torah. Often, but not always, a rabbi is the leader of a synagogue congregation. Hebrew for "covenant," often referring to the ritual for Jewish boys when they are 8 days old ("brit milah" - "covenant of circumcision"). It is commonly known as "bris," which is the Ashkenazi or Yiddish pronunciation of "brit."
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