Weddings may not take place during the Three Weeks before , between Passover and Shavuot.
If you have any question about whether a wedding is permissible on the date you have in mind, consult with one of the rabbis.
To be married at Park Avenue Synagogue, both partners must be Jewish.
If you would like a non-PAS rabbi or cantor to participate in your ceremony, please have that person email the Senior Rabbi of PAS indicating that s/he has been asked to officiate at your wedding.
We are eager to help you make it the day of your dreams.
The information here answers questions couples commonly have as they begin planning.
If either partner has previously been married to a Jew, and the marriage ended in divorce, the partner must present proof that the marriage was ended with a for a previous marriage, one of our rabbis can help you with that process.A Jewish wedding may not take place on Shabbat (from an hour before sundown on Friday until an hour after sundown on Saturday) or on a major Jewish holiday (same restriction).