Just as couples have changed, weddings have changed, too.
A wedding ceremony designed to meet your comfort with Judaism and spirituality should be the most important element of your wedding day, no matter what your background.
If you have an interest in making your wedding distinctly yours and distinctly Jewish, I'd love to work with you to make your chuppah —canopy and ceremony—memorable and unique.
Whether you'd like to have a traditional or an inventive ceremony or a bit of both, a ketubah designed specifically for you, or to find graceful ways to honor your guests, I'll get to know you and will find a place for these important ritual and personal elements in your service.
In the Reform Jewish tradition, rabbis have been welcoming interfaith couples for decades. Rabbi Postrel is happy to perform Jewish ceremonies for interfaith couples, as well as sanctifying LGBTQ love. Mazl Tov to All.
Rabbi Oren J Postrel was ordained at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 1993 and holds a Master’s Degree in Hebrew Letters and an BA from U.C. Berkeley. Rabbi Postrel served as the rabbi at Congregation Beth Shalom in Napa from 2007-2010.