Rabbi Gevurtz

Ancient Nineveh: Jonah's Destination & Isis' Destruction

Our true calling did not end when our esteemed leaders and congregation put up these walls - it is the contents that we are going to pour into it - our contributions- our collective study of Torah, our relationships to one another- our love and passion for Judaism and community that is what this campus and Temple Bat Yahm are all about... we need to come together- every one of us as a community to contribute to our Membership Community Fund  and safeguard the future of our Temple campus for you, your family, your friends, your children, your grandchildren and our future generations."

-Scott Seigel

Former TBY President

Yom Kippur 5777 

Patty Seyburn

Creative Atonement: Reading & Writing the Spiritual Poem

Rabbi Miller

The Litmus Test of the Jewish Identity: What Do You Worship?

Rabbi Zylberman

An experiential journey through the Yom Kippur Afternoon Service in Mishkan HaNefesh

Meaningful. Musical. Memorable. Moving.  Led by our incredible clergy, Temple Bat Yahm wishes you and your family a year filled with kind deeds, good health and deep contentment. May you and your family be inscribed and sealed in the Book of Life.

Rosh Hashanah 5776

Yom Kippur Shiurim 5776 

Yom Kippur Services 5776 

Celebrating the High Holy Day Season at Temple Bat Yahm