English, French and Hebrew speaker
Serving All Nations (with a faith background or without). Have officiated at secular, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, African, Chinese, Vietnamese, America, Jamaica, European and more! Serving both Canadians and international visitors!
For Jewish Weddings, can bring a Rabbi to do the complete Jewish service. Chuppah, Sheva Brachot, Ketubah and so forth. If you are ok with me doing the service-and do not need a Rabbi-I would be honoured to chant the service in Hebrew for you.
Will not turn a couple away due to financial situation. Marriage is a Holy Covenant from the Most High Creator. This would mean having the service close to us for convenience.
No two services are the same, a reflection of the uniqueness of the couple. I love incorperating different multicultural elements into the service, making it unique and profound.
For those with a death in the family, I have developed of Jewish Funeral Resource page. If there are financial limitations--for Jewish Burial--I will connect you with charities that will make it possible.
For families of other nations, I will be honoured to perform a Biblical funeral for your loved ones. This will consist for different Scriptural readings, especially from the Psalms. This was be read (or chanted) in either English, French, or Hebrew.
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Elegant. Canopies are a hall mark of not just Jewish Weddings, but Weddings of all faiths, flavours, and cultures.
A Chuppah can be disassembled, moved, and re-gifted. it can also be solidified in concrete outside, perhaps at a cottage.
While some use the Tallit to top the structure, it can be made of a variety of materials, customized in thematic colours.
And yes, I will help you customize both your vows and set list. Here is the best weddings songs for 2022. What am I kidding? These songs are timeless! They work for either a wedding or Bar Mitzvah, getting everyone (and their savta) on to the dance-floor!
Artistic Flair? Make it Happen!
As individualized as you are!
Brides (and grooms) have been getting married under a canopy for generations. In Hebrew the word for the structure is "Chuppah" which signifies the couple's first house.
Looking at the history of weddings ceremonies, one can see that many cultures have used a similar structure, revealing a common understanding.
Fancy or simple, wedding canopies are an excellent way to stage the wedding ceremony.
I want to congratulate you on taking this big step, perhaps the biggest step you could ever take. When you choose one person for marriage, you are also not selecting billions of others. This statement is profoundly deep, a testimony to the love you feel for your fiancee. May this love keep you strong, a united force in a desert of indifference.
May your wedding planning be fun, creative, and stress-free. May you focus on the things that matter, giving you the strength to put distractions on the back-burner. May your family rally behind you in support, knowing when to trust your judgement and direction.
If you have any questions about getting your marriage license at city hall, writing your wedding vows or the ceremony itself, please fill in the form and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
My name is Brother Jeremy and I am a Registered Wedding Officiant serving All Nations, without reservation or pretence. Getting married in Toronto is a fairly easy, straight forward affair. I have published a guide to Prince Edward County in addition to other cool places to get married in Toronto. Southern Ontario has a wealth of amazing wedding venues, each with their own charm. If you are looking to get married outside the province, I work with a Toronto Rabbi who will be happy to meet your needs. As I am a father to a new baby, my services will be limited to Toronto, York Region, Muskoka, and Trenton Area.
May The Creator who sustains me also sustain you.
May His Light shine brightly on you, and give you His Peace