Cantor Jinny Creates Memorable Jewish and Interfaith Wedding Ceremonies in Washington D.C., Virginia, Maryland and New York

Cantor Jinny Marsh will help you design a beautiful wedding ceremony that celebrates your lives together. Cantor Marsh will do an all Jewish ceremony or will officiate over an interfaith ceremony. Let Cantor Marsh know your preferences for your wedding day and we will find the right blessings, prayers and expressions to make the ceremony flow with your personal touch.
Cantor Marsh is willing to travel and can officiate in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and New York.

Contact Cantor Jinny Marsh at 703 282-6505 or email her at CantorJin@gmail.com

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About Cantor Jinny Marsh

In addition to performing weddings, Cantor Marsh also officiates at life cycle events –  baby namings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, and funerals. Jewish and Interfaith couples have sought out Cantor Marsh to officiate at their wedding ceremonies.

Wedding ceremonies include blessings, prayers, and readings, and lines of Hebrew that are meaningful to the couple. The exchange of vows and rings are basic elements, and in keeping with Jewish tradition, the following are typically included in a service: the Kabbalat Kinyan – presentation and acquisition of the wedding contract (Ketubah); the wedding canopy (Chuppah) which symbolizes the future home of the couple; the sharing of wine by bride and groom,  the breaking of the glass; and if preferred Cantor Marsh will weave in the lighting of the Unity Candle to represent the joining of the couple and their families.

Cantor Marsh is happy to collaborate with another clergy member.

She has served as Cantor at Temple Beth Torah from 2001 to 2o16 and she conducted all liturgical services, and training bar-bat mitzvah students. Before coming to Temple Beth Torah, Cantor Marsh served at Congregation Shaare Tikvah in Temple Hills, MD, and Congregation Adat Reyim in Springfield, VA .

Cantor Jinny’s Suggestions for Wedding Books

The New Jewish Wedding by Anita Diamont
Celebrating Interfaith Marriages: Creating Your Jewish/Christian Ceremony by Rabbi Devon A. Lerner
Jewish Weddings A Beautiful Guide to Creating the Wedding of Your Dreams by Rita Milos Brownstein

Ketubah Info

Please be sure to purchase a Reform Text Ketubah or an Interfaith Ketubah. There are many websites for Ketubah purchases on the internet.

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