“Rabbi Michael did a fantastic job officiating our wedding. Even though we had never met before our engagement, he took the time to get to know my husband and I in the months leading up to our day. The ceremony was inclusive, personal, and exactly what we wanted. He was always very professional and promptly took care of the paperwork and the more practical aspects of getting married. Our only regret was that he couldn’t stay for dinner!”
-Jordan and Kristina
“Rabbi Sternfield was such a joy to work with. From the beginning of our process to the end he made us feel so comfortable. He was so kind and professional and made our (wedding) ceremony feel so personal and intimate. I would never have wanted anyone else to be a part of our special day. We will be forever grateful!”
-Ashley and Greg
“Rabbi Michael Sternfield officiated our wedding in October 2014. He did an exceptional job of leading one of the most special days of our lives. He was committed to spending time with us before our wedding, meeting with us on three separate occasions in the months leading up to the wedding. He wanted to know us on a more intimate level and to better understand our story and our decision to marry one another. Rabbi Sternfield completely respected what we wanted in our wedding and guided us with clear direction and leadership to make this happen. He had a very open and accepting philosophy and facilitated our multicultural wedding gracefully. Rabbi Sternfield’s priority was always clearly to have the wedding be focused on our love for each other, our family, and friends. In addition, Rabbi Sternfield is an excellent orator- calm, humorous, and confident. We would highly recommend him to any bride and groom who want their ceremony officiated by a genuinely caring but also confident man. In his presence you will feel relaxed and at ease, as will all of your guests.”
-Tiffany and Larry
If you are having difficulty locating a Jewish or interfaith wedding rabbi in your area, contact Rabbi Sternfield by phone at 312-320-5538 or email here.