About The Rabbi

about_the_rabbiThe title “Rabbi” is perhaps the most honorable of all within the Jewish religion  – Marking its bearer as a learned teacher, a devout, wise and powerful leader. Fortunately, you can now get a professional rabbi in South Florida for your special wedding day. South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman understands that the decision to marry implies devotion into a sacred covenant with the one you love. When the time is right for your wedding in South Florida, Rabbi Silverman is exactly what you’ve been looking for.

Miami’s Favorite Jewish Wedding Officiant

These days, a traditional Jewish wedding or interfaith wedding can take place in a synagogue, a home, hotel or any alternative setting, such as an outdoor gazebo. Having understood that being a rabbi means more than just being able to quote Jewish law, South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman has availed himself to various and diverse ways of healing, living and loving so as to be able to openly share and affect his community as would truly be expected of a rabbi. Rabbi Silverman’s wedding ceremonies throughout South Florida include bride and grooms’ heartfelt declarations, the sharing of wine and the exchanging of rings, as well as all of the traditional blessings. Services performed by the rabbi from South Florida include the newlywed couple breaking the glass under the canopy, or “chuppah.”

Making Your Special Day Unforgettable

Among his many years of studying, South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman has become a Reiki Master and has volunteered his healing gift with noble causes such as Cancer institutions and Hospice. He has become certified as a Hypnotist and a life coach and has worked with, literally, thousands of people with conditions ranging from Health Concerns and Physical Issues to Addictions and Undesirable Habits – Using the most modern of techniques in offering people effective and, oftentimes, immediate relief from their issues. South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman is truly committed to one thing – Leading a life guided by the heart, where Jewish law and spiritual fulfillment can and do co-exist. South Florida’s Rabbi Silverman also knows that is not a mission, but rather a wondrous journey, beautifully unfolding and expanding with each and every moment.