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Think not that you can guide the course of love, for love, if it finds you worthy, shall guide your course - Kahlil Gibran

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Rabbi Steve Meltz

18 Mountainview Drive, Clifton, NJ 07013

Cell: (973) 454-7270

Email: Nevets962@aol.com

Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength,

while loving someone deeply gives you courage - LAO TZU

Shalom and Welcome

Thank you for visiting my website...

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      In 2020 I celebrated my 13th year as an ordained Rabbi (see: About Me) And in that time, I have been blessed to have performed well over 1,000 Jewish, Interfaith and Same-Sex Weddings. Throughout this journey, I have also been blessed to have co-officiated with some of the most talented and amazing Catholic Priests, Anglican and Protestant Priests as well as Ministers, 

Reverends and Imams...

     I believe firmly that the traditions of ALL religions should not only be honored and respected, but understood as well for these are all paths to God. I have found that the marriage traditions found in most major religions each provide a cultural and religious platform on which Interfaith marriages can not just grow, but can truly flourish.

      A theology teacher I once was blessed to study with put it this way (and I certainly couldn't say it any better)...

"We are all facets of the same diamond and when

religions work together as one, it is God who shines".

 

  I would be honored to work with you (and should there be one, your Priest, Minister, Reverend or Imam), to construct the kind of meaningful and memorable ceremony that will set the tone for your love and happiness from the day you say "I do" and for all the days and years that follow. 

 

May God's blessings be upon you always,

Rabbi Steve Meltz

Think not that you can guide the course of love, for love,

if it finds you worthy, shall guide your course - Kahlil Gibran