If you are looking at this site, it may be because either you have no access to a rabbi, or your local rabbi is either unable, or unwilling to offer you the kind of services that you are seeking. This could be to celebrate a wedding, or the birth of a child, to officiate at a funeral, cremation, or some other religious ceremony. The following pages will give you more information about the range of services that can be provided by Rabbi Guy Hall.
The majority of Europeans Jews live in large, open, liberal, democratic cities, far beyond the limits and imagination of the many small communities of earlier generations. In a such a situation new opportunities and new possibilities arise, but also new dilemmas. People still wish to express the important parts of their identity, at those special moments that mark their lives. One of the most frequent questions asked is, "How do I find a rabbi willing to officiate, or even co-officiate at an interfaith, or mixed faith ceremony?" Another frequent question acknowledges that increasingly, same gender couples are also seeking rabbis, to celebrate their unions, following a civil partnership ceremony, as they become legally recognised throughout Europe.
If you are seeking a rabbi, to officiate at a significant religious life-cycle ceremony then you can make use of either the "Contact" page, or the "Contact Me" link which is to be found at the bottom of each page.
At the end of the "Menu" list are links to other sites that have resources which may be of help, particularly if you are planning a wedding.