I am the Cantor of the new Synagogue in New York City, and I
am also an ordained Interfaith minister. It is my great joy to be of
service in performing wedding ceremonies. through my music and my
ministry, I hope to bring Love and Joy to a beautiful occasion in your
Life teaches each of us important lessons. My life certainly
has... To escape the Holocaust, I survived as a child hidden among
strangers in Southern France. It was necessary for me to learn to be a
Catholic, since it was a Catholic family who hid me and saved my life.
Yet, I also remained a Jew, true to my own roots and heritage. As a
result of this synergy of circumstances, I learned first-hand that Love
is the most important part of life. It is beyond religions. It defines
the true religious experience.
“Thank you so much for making our wedding
ceremony so memorable and beautiful. We truly enjoyed your
participation and the ceremony. we know our families appreciated the
fusing of both faiths and we are grateful to you for your willigness to
join us on our special day. With all our love,”
Cantor Judith Steel is selected to the Manhattan Bride Best Of 2013
Rev. Judith Steel is the Cantor of my synagogue, called The New Synagogue in New York City. Her title is also the Rabbi’s Assistant. Not only does she sing beautifully and spreads joy to the congregants, but she also performs weddings, naming ceremonies on her own with great satisfaction. I recommend her highly as a loving, joyous interfaith minister.
Rabbi Joseph H. Gelberman of the New Synagogue President of the Allfaiths Seminary, lnt’l., President of the Rabbinical Seminary, Int