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Wedding Officiant Finder

Planning a Jewish Wedding Ceremony is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1. Identify your ceremony needs/interests.
2. Find an officiant in the left-hand column that meets your needs/interests.
3. Look through the personal statements of the officiants and contact him or her to plan a meaningful ceremony.

Officiant Denominations DIY* Interfaith LGBTQ+ Sephardic Spiritual/Cultural
Rabbi Buz Bogage Conservative, Reform X X X
Rabbi Deborah Bronstein Reform X X X
Douglas "Lev" Ettelson Orthodox X X X
Rabbi Brian Field

Conservative, Reform, Renewal,
Reconstructionist, Secular Humanistic

X
Rabbi Ruthie Gelfarb Conservative, Reform, Renewal,
Reconstructionist, Secular Humanistic
X
Dena Gitterman Renewal, Reconstructionist X
Rabbi Fred Greene Reform X X X X
Rabbi Victor and Rabbi Nadya Gross Conservative, Orthodox, Reform, Renewal,
Reconstructionist
X
Nalini Indorf Kaplan Conservative, Renewal X X
Rabbi Hannah Laner Conservative, Renewal, Reform,
Reconstructionist
Sheila Malcolm Secular Humanistic X
Charna Rosenholtz Renewal X
Marcia Siegal Conservative, Reform, Renewal,
Reconstructionist
X
Rabbi Marc Soloway Conservative X X X X
Patrice Spitz, Rabbinic Pastor Conservative, Reform, Renewal,
Reconstructionist, Secular Humanistic
X
Rabbi Yisroel Wilhelm Orthodox X X X X X

*In Colorado, couples can “marry themselves” with no officiant needed. Officiants listed in this category are willing to speak with you about Jewish wedding traditions, if you are choosing to write your own ceremony and marry yourselves.

Our officiant listing is designed to help couples find an officiant to perform their wedding ceremony. Developed and distributed by Jewish Together-Boulder partners, our goal is to help you find the resources you need in the Boulder Jewish Community. The Boulder JCC does not endorse any of the officiants listed, and we apologize if anyone was omitted. Michael Rosenzweig, the Community Concierge at the Boulder Jewish Community Center can help you with aspects of your wedding such as finding a chuppah, suggesting venues, or introducing you to your future b’shert through Flatiron Tribe events. Learn more by contacting Michael 303-998-1900.