Calling All Wedding Officiants

jtboulderDo you love helping couples find meaning and connection with their wedding ceremony? Are you looking to help people navigate one of the “best days of their life” with ease and reassurance? Would you like to be included in a collective resource of Jewish wedding officiants that will be featured on Jewish Together – Boulder’s website?

The next initiative of Jewish Together – Boulder (a collaborative effort of Boulder’s synagogues and the Boulder JCC) is to take our highly successful approach to centralizing Jewish resources in Boulder County and apply it to weddings.

While not expecting to be a one stop shop for all wedding planning needs, we want to ensure that couples are connected to a plethora of Jewish resources all in one place.

If you reside in Boulder County, Colorado, are a member of a Boulder synagogue or the BJCC, identify as being Jewish, and have officiated at least one wedding that included Jewish ritual elements, we would love for you to apply to be included in our resource guide.

If you are interested, you will need to fill out an easy application that allows us to gather the information we need for publication.

The application is on survey monkey and can be accessed here.  We will also need a photo emailed to Amy Atkins, Dare to Do Coordinator at 18 Pomegranates, amy@18pomegranates.org.

Once these two steps are complete, the committee will review your application. Deadline to submit applications and photos: April 29, 2013.

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