There isn’t yet an established format for which a jewish LGBTQ+ wedding, let alone an interfaith LGBTQ+ ceremony. Many couples want the symbols and customs that are familiar to them and which have a symbolic and spiritual meaning. References to any particular gender can be adapted as necessary. Since there isn’t a unique way of celebrating such a union, this opens the door to putting together an imaginative and special ceremony, which sensitively shows respect to all those who will be attending. An example of a jewish LGBTQ+ liturgy can be seen and downloaded from the Documents page in this section. To open this page, click here.
Aspects found on the Ceremony page of the Jewish Weddings section can also be incorporated in a LGBTQ+ wedding. To go to the Ceremonypage,click here.