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All 160 teens joined the Temple Beth Am congregation in song and prayer led by Rabbi Alon Levkovitz, Rabbinic Intern Brett Tancer and Regional Song Leader Rachel Wolman.
Joysa Winter, a Humanist celebrant who is a rabbinic candidate with the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism, led the ceremony, which incorporated Jewish and Christian elements.
The rabbinic sages say that God gathered dust from this spot to create Adam, the first man, before setting him loose in the Garden of Eden.
The groom, 27, graduated from the University of Virginia and is a rabbinic intern at the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism in New York.
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: of or relating to rabbis, their writings, or their teachings
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