The Hebrew word for a marriage is Kiddushin, which is derived from the same root as kadosh, meaning “holy.” Marriage not only provides individual companionship, but it ensures the physical and spiritual survival of humanity by creating communities that reflect divine law. To learn more about a Jewish wedding click here.
There’s no better place to celebrate your wedding than at Beth Israel. It’s the ultimate venue for your perfect day. Our clergy are dedicated in building a relationship with the couples prior to the marriage occuring. Both Rabbi Jonathan Infeld & Rabbi Adam Stein have years of experience and have officiated at numerous weddings.
Your Jewish ceremony can be held in our beautiful sanctuary (which seats 400), our smaller chapel (which seats 30) or outside on one of our plazas (seating options variable according to set up). We have a choice of three chuppahs (wedding canopies) that can be used for weddings.
For your party, the possibilities are endless. If you are looking for a small intimate space or a large ballroom, Beth Israel has it all. Our Gales Family Ballroom, with its warm wood panelled walls and high ceilings, can seat up to 400 , including a dance floor. Our outdoor plazas can hold from 80- 300 people and the rooms on our lower level are suitable for 20-180 guests.
All indoor rentals, include tables, comfortable fabric chairs, dinnerware, cutlery and glasses. The ballroom and sanctuary are equipped with built in sound system, projectors and screens.
Our two roomed Bridal suite is used for all weddings as a go- to room for getting ready for the wedding , storing personal items or enjoying some quiet time during the wedding!