Three Weddings and a Statement

Sun | Dec 3 | 11:00 am | Temple Emanu-El, 1 E. 65th St.
Free, but advance registration requested

You are cordially invited to a triple wedding: a celebration not only of love and commitment but of the equality of all Jews.

In Temple Emanu-El’s historic sanctuary, Rabbi Cosgrove and other prominent rabbis representing Judaism’s non-Orthodox movements will join in matrimony three Israeli couples who are deprived of the right to marry at home because they are either gay or not considered Jews according to Israel’s chief rabbinate, or because they reject the rabbinate’s rigid control over Jewish marriages and divorces. Come to support them and the cause of religious freedom and equal rights in Israel. The roar of Mazal Tov will be heard around the world.

Getting Married
Gali Geberovich & Alon Sela
Alona Livne & Ori Berwald
Elizabetha Komkov & Valentine Boldovskiy

Anat Hoffman, Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center and Director and Founding Member of Women of the Wall.

Officiating Rabbis
Rabbi Rachel Ain
Rabbi Angela Warnick Buchdahl
Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove
Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson
Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein
Rabbi Noa Sattath

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Read Rabbi Cosgrove's sermon "Time for a Jewish Reformation," focusing on the role of the Chief Rabbinate, reflecting on the fractures between the State of Israel and diaspora Jewry, and offering suggestions on what can be done to mend it, or listen to the sermon on Park Avenue Podcast.