Planning Your Jew-ish Wedding: Crafting a Meaningful Ceremony – Online
May 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDT$15
Crafting a Meaningful Ceremony
Planning a wedding? Learn about the Jewish elements of a wedding ceremony and the deeper meaning behind rituals like breaking the glass, standing under a chuppah, circling seven times, and more. Get creative ideas from 18Doors Boston Community Manager Molly Kazin Marshall who got married mid-pandemic, and Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe (18Doors Atlanta) who has officiated wedding ceremonies for interfaith couples for over 10 years. We’ll also discuss special considerations in this unique time of Zoom weddings, and connect you to useful wedding planning tools available through 18Doors.
This session is part one of a four-week series on planning a Jew-ish/interfaith wedding. Register for one session, a few, or all four! Individual sessions are $15/couple. Register for all four events for a discounted price of $45/couple.
Meet Molly Kazin Marshall
As Boston’s Community Manager for the Boston Innovation Hub, it’s Molly’s passion to connect interfaith couples in the Boston area to resources and tools unlocking aspects of Jewish culture and traditions. With a passion for food and drink, Molly enjoys visiting the numerous breweries in the Boston area, plus baking and cooking at home. Kugel is one of her favorite foods, and is one of the few ways she will tolerate raisins. She especially loves hearing her friends who have never had kugel try to pronounce the word.
Meet Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe
Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe is deeply committed to helping interfaith couples and their families find deeper meaning in both their spiritual and daily lives. As a rabbi, educator, and director at 18Doors in Atlanta, she is proud to provide interfaith workshops, programming, and counseling, along with officiating weddings and baby naming ceremonies. Rabbi Packer-Monroe was ordained from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in 2014. She and her wife welcomed a baby in July of 2019 and are enjoying time together as a family.