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Weddings for Interfaith Couples:

Rabbi Buz Bogage will be honored to officiate at your interfaith wedding.

He will work with you to create the wedding ceremony of your dreams. Together, you will sort through the traditional Jewish wedding elements to decide which pieces you wish to keep and which to let go.

Do you want the huppah but not the Ketubah? No problem. Or perhaps you would you like to bless the wine but not have any Hebrew? He can make it work.

Rabbi Bogage's goal is to help you craft a wedding that is meaningful to you and inclusive of your varied guests. Couples and their parents love Rabbi Bogage's ceremonies because he makes everyone --Jews and non-Jews alike --feel welcome and included.

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Interfaith Wedding in ColoradoFrequently Asked Questions:

Q: What are the Rabbi's requirements for performing an interfaith wedding?
A: Nothing! No classes, no book lists, and no synagogue dues. (Although he doesn't object to those!) For Rabbi Bogage, its enough that you want to have a Jewish wedding, and he wants to make that possible for you.

Q: How will we get to know the Rabbi?
A: The Rabbi meets with you for two to three sessions before your wedding ceremony.

Q: What if we live out of town or don’t have time for meetings?
A: Many of the Rabbi Bogage's wedding clients live out of town and even overseas. You might choose to fly in for one extended meeting, or do the work by Skype or phone. The most important work can be done over the phone in 2 sessions.

Q: Does Rabbi Bogage co-officiate with non-Jewish clergy?
A:
Rabbi Bogage does co-officiate with non-Jewish clergy and will be glad to work with you. If you need a recommendation for a Christian clergy, he has a minister with whom he works frequently. Their combined weddings are seamless and inclusive. More>>

Q: Will Rabbi Bogage perform ceremonies on Shabbat?
A: Rabbi Bogage will perform a ceremony on Shabbat at the time of your choosing.

Q: What are the Fees?
A: Rabbi Bogage's fees represent the time and attention he gives to each couple. He will spend approximately ten hours preparing for each wedding. This includes meetings with the couples, writing
a personalized ceremony and officiating at the ceremony.
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Interfaith Weddings by RabbisQ: Where is Rabbi Bogage based?
A:
Denver Colorado

Q: Will Rabbi Bogage travel out of State or to other Counties?
Rabbi Bogage is willing to travel outside of Boulder and Denver to perform weddings, although the fees do increase to account for the additional time required to travel.

Q:How does the payment process work?
A: Wedding couples pay a 50% deposit to hold the wedding date. The final 50% will be charged on the day of your wedding. We accept Visa, American Express and Mastercard. Hold your date with a Contract>>

 

What Brides Say About Our Interfaith Wedding Ceremonies:

Thank you Rabbi Bogage! My wedding was everything I dreamed it would be and more.

Kevin's Catholic family had never been to a Jewish wedding and they all loved it.

My family was skeptical that our wedding would be authentically Jewish, and they loved it too! How did you manage that?

Thank you for bringing our families together in such a great way!

-Denise

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