Orange County's Premier Reform Temple
Temple Bat Yahm is a welcoming Jewish Reform Synagogue in Orange County, California.  Our congregation includes over 600 families from the nearby towns of Newport Beach, Irvine, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, and Laguna Beach.  Our clergy, led by Senior Rabbi Gersh Zylberman, includes a team of Rabbi's, professional Jewish educators and an ordained Cantor.  We are proud of our nationally accredited Jewish Preschool, innovative religious school, our thriving adult education programs, the strong calendar of social events, our beautiful High Holiday services, and many other programs that make Temple Bat Yahm a center of Jewish Life.  Call, click or visit us today. 

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  Jewish education is at the core of our tradition. Join us for various types of Adult Education.
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  Educating our future one Jewish and Hebrew lesson a time. Click here for registration. What makes JCAL different? 
          
 
           
 The TBY Preschool dedicates its days educating our young ones. Learn why it is NAEYC Accredited!
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 Women of TBY  Join us for movie night and other fun events! See more.
  Temple Bat Yahm stands with Israel and supports organizations which help aid our brothers and sisters in defending our homeland.  See more.
 
Visit Orange County's Premier Judaica Gift Shop - Bat Yahm Gifts!
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Interested in learning more about Jewish practices for lifecycle events?

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Weekend Service Schedule

SHABBAT EVENING

Friday, April 25
Shabbat Kedoshim

5:15pm Mini Minyan
Margolis Youth Lounge
followed by pizza dinner in Packard Hall

5:30pm Wine & Cheese Reception
  Annex

6:00pm Shabbat Service
Sonenshine Sanctuary

Service led by Rabbi Miller and Cantor Grant
Sermon:  Rabbi Miller

Torah Thought

SHABBAT MORNING

Saturday, April 26
9:00am Torah Study
Led by Rabbi Zylberman

Shabbat Morning Service
10:30am Margolis Youth Lounge
Led by Rabbi Gevurtz and Barry Josephson



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Special Events

MINI MINYAN
Friday, April 25, 5:15pm
Margolis Youth Lounge
(followed by pizza and salad dinner)
Click here for details.


YOUTH GROUP EVENT
Sunday, April 27, 11:30am, Grades 3 - 7
Back by popular demand - Lazer Tag with obstacles!  For non-lazer tag fans, there will be art and craft projects, including tie-dye shirts and spin art.
Click here for more info.


YOM HASHOAH OBSERVANCE
(Holocaust Remembrance Day)
Sunday, April 27, 7:00pm
Morgan Chapel
A Memorial Booklet is being created for this service.  If you have family members who perished in the Shoah and would like to include their names in this booklet,
please click here.


WEDNESDAYS WITH THE RABBI & CANTOR
SPECIAL EDITION!

April 30, 12:00pm, Marcus Library
Dr. Itzhak Brook, Professor of Pediatrics,
Georgetown University School of Medicine
Topic:  A Military Physician's Account of the
Yom Kippur War
Click here for details.

Check out our list of on-going and special activities at TBY!!!

Featured Events

ISRAEL 2014!

Join Rabbi Zylberman and Cantor Grant in July 2014 with a multigenerational
group from TBY.  Please
click here for more information about the trip.
Contact Kim Migdall if you are interested in going on this trip. 
kmigdall@tby.org

In The News 


TBY IN THE NEWS!

Rabbi Zylberman was interviewed by the
NB Independent Newspaper.
Click here for full article.


TBY's "Thanksgivukkah" Celebration was covered by the Daily Pilot! Click here for the full article.


AIPAC's article discussing the impact of Syria's instability on American national security, foreign policy and Israel can be found by clicking
here.


American Conference of Cantors
Celebrates 60th Anniversary!


ACC was recognized at the recent URJ Biennial Conference in San Diego.  Click on link to watch and listen to the beautiful performance by many of the Cantors attending the conference, including our very own
Cantor Jonathan Grant.

Click here for performance.