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Officiant in Westlake Village, California,
(818) 917-0412

About Us

Rabbi Lisa Bock is a Jewish wedding officiant that serves couples out of Westlake Village, California. Rabbi Lisa wants to work with you to create a personalized ceremony that truly reflects the essence of your relationship. She does this by working with you to create a ceremony that represents you and your relationship.

Services Offered

Rabbi Lisa Bock will work with you to create a Jewish ceremony, whether it be civil union, non-religious, single religion, interfaith ceremony, or vow renewal. After a consultation with Rabbi Lisa, you’ll work with her to create a personalized ceremony, with the option for classic or customized vows. You can also enroll in counseling to tackle difficult conversations before the big day. The average ceremony length varies but usually stays under 30 minutes.

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  • My husband and I are members of Rabbi Lisa’s congregation. We hired Rabbi Lisa about 6 months ago to conduct our wedding this month . We met with her several times prior to the wedding to discuss wedding details, as well as,couples communication which was very helpful. Rabbi Lisa had wanted to have our wedding materials- license, ketubah , rings etc., before the wedding, so we would not need to worry about them the day of the wedding- which I provided to her . Three days prior to our wedding, Rabbi Lisa called and said she wasn’t feeling well, and could not perform the service! This, as you could imagine, was very stressful ! She did not provide us with names of other Rabbis, nor did she return our wedding materials to us! I had requested those to be returned, with no avail! I had to drive one hour each way to pick up the items! To top it all, I had requested her to fill out the ketubah ,and she said she didn’t have time to do that- she was busy teaching a 3 hour online ... Read more

    responded with the following comments.

    I am heartbroken for this couple. I have gotten to know them well and I looked forward to officiating their wedding. When the wedding date was set, who knew there would be a pandemic? As the wedding day approached, the original restaurant venue was cancelled and most guests declined the invitation in light of the pandemic. Prior to their wedding day, Ventura County issued a Stay Well At Home order (as of March 20, 2020 for all non-essential businesses and activities to cease operations). Complicating matters, I was sick with cough and flu symptoms. As the wedding date came closer, I let the couple know that I was still not feeling well (they knew I had been feeling ill). I did not want to take the chance of getting them ill. The groom expressed disappointment for the news and appreciated the notice, and said they had two other rabbis they knew of to contact. The ketubah was not filled out ahead of time given the fluid situation of the Coronavirus pandemic, in the event the couple may have chosen to delay the wedding date. I did provide a copy of the ketubah with all the information filled out in English and Hebrew for them to use on the original ketubah. In the Jewish tradition, health is most important. Had I gotten this mature couple ill by coming into contact with them during this pandemic, I could not have forgiven myself. This is a couple that I care very much about and would have loved to have officiated their wedding ceremony.

    Frequently Asked Questions about Officiant

    Which of the following are included in the price?

    Premarital Counseling

    Does starting price include the ceremony rehearsal?


    What types of weddings and events do you provide services for?

    Non-religious, Interfaith, Ceremony Rehearsal, Vow Renewal, Civil Union, Single Religion

    What religious affiliations do you serve?

    Jewish, No Denomination

    On average, how long are wedding ceremonies you officiate?

    Less than 30 mins.

    In which states are you licensed?

    AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI, WY

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