Register to get married

Getting married? Mazal Tov?

Aish Tel Aviv profoundly impacts approximately 2,000 couples annually who marry under the auspices of the Tel Aviv Rabbinate, which requires a basic class on Taharat HaMishpacha before it sanctions a marriage and issues a marriage certificate.

The success of Aish Tel Aviv in reaching young couples in the Tel Aviv area has convinced the Rabbinate to deepen their partnership with the organization and recognize Aish as its official representative, enabling us to broaden our services and offer thousands of young couples the option of opening a marriage file at our center instead of the office of the Rabbinate.

What is required to open a file?

To open a marriage file, you must provide a set of documents that clarify your personal status. Make sure to bring originals (not copies) of all the necessary documents with you. All your personal information will remain confidential. Note: When you come to register, you will be expected to know what date you are planning for your wedding.

Identification Documents and Fees:

1. Identity cards from the bride and the groom including the adendum which declares status

2. 3 passport photos of the bride and of the groom – or alternatively you can send us a nice photo or yourself by email or whatsapp

3. Marriage certificate and ketubah from both sets of parents, or marriage certificate of siblings in Israel

4. 709 NIS (Students, yeshiva pupils, soldiers in regular service, National Service personnel, new immigrants and persons on welfare are entitled to a discount of up to 40%.) If you are eligible for a discount bring proof .

Both the bride and the groom also have to fill in a form. Please request that we send you the form, you should send it back to us either send us by email ( or whatsappp (058-674-0370), or bring the documents and forms into the office.

Witnesses: You must present two witnesses that can testify to your unmarried status. They should come into the office, they can come individually, and fill in a form testifying to your status.

Immigrants: Immigrants from Western countries need to provide certification of Jewish status from authorized Orthodox rabbis. The rabbinate maintains a list of authorized rabbis. If you have a problem obtaining certification, please be in touch with us for help.

We will let you know when we have the confirmation that everything is okay, and if we need anything else from you

Then once everything has been confirmed you can arrange a time to come for marriage hadracha ( should be at least 2 weeks before wedding ) and receive your Ketuba.

Hadracha in Aish Tel Aviv Center

Hadrachot are offered for the bride and groom together at our Aish Tel Aviv office, at WeWork, Ibn Gvirol 30, Tel Aviv with our fantastic madrichot.
The Hadrachot take place on Mondays from 19:30-21:00, Tuesdays from 18:30-20:00 and Fridays from 10:00 – 11:30.
Hadracha in English takes place on Tuesdays at 21:00 or on Thursdays at 10:00.
The Hadracha is first separate and then joint.
You can either schedule here or call : 03-5237362 or 058-674-0370