Kiddushin—to make sacred—is the name of the Jewish wedding ceremony. Under chuppah, with two cups of wine, a ketubah, an exchange of rings and ancient Hebrew vows, two partners consecrate their love. Rabbi Lisa and Cantor Sarah both can serve as officiants. Pre-marital counseling is a part of the preparation process. We have officiated for interfaith couples and same gender couples. We welcome the chance to speak with those interested in creating a Jewish home through the act of a Jewish wedding. When necessary, we are glad to refer couples to colleagues.