Rabbi Gloria Milner

Rabbi Gloria is a loving and vibrant person who believes that the happiness of the people she works with is vitally important.

The enthusiasm and compassion she brings creates a positive energy for those she encounters. Whether working with individuals, couples who are about to be married in the Jewish faith, or those from different religions, she takes the extra time to consider the thoughts and dreams of the participants. Couples married by Rabbi Gloria talk about her open mind and heart. She enjoys travel, and will happily officiate at destination weddings. She also conducts baby-naming ceremonies, and meets for premarital and general counseling.

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Team Living In Sinmore

Fabulous wedding venues and locations!

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The beautiful and unique “chuppah,” from the Hebrew word, חוּפָּה, is one of the most recognizable parts of a Jewish wedding ceremony. The chuppah symbolizes the new home that the couple will share as husband and wife, and consists of a canopy attached to four poles which are either stationary or held by chuppah bearers. This canopy is often gorgeous, made of beautifully colored velvet, lace, tulle, or even silk....more

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    You have made the big decision - you are getting married!  You come from different backgrounds or perhaps different countries.  Your family has accepted/made peace with the decision/ empowered you both/ or is very troubled.  Pick the option that fits you or add your own. ...more