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Temple Bat Yahm has a variety of life-enriching programs to encourage the desire for study and adult Jewish learning. TBY strives to create relevant, engaging and dynamic opportunities for adult learners of all ages, working with clergy and professional staff to develop a thoughtful, varied program of courses, lectures and events that are offered throughout the year. 

Right now, we are offering an opportunity to engage both online and on Zoom. Every day there is something different!

We are excited to reintroduce a hybrid option of in-person and digital engagement for our Adult Ed programs. To see which programs are in-person and which are on Zoom only, please view our Calendar

Missed an Adult Ed program? Members can find the sessions that were recorded in our TBY Adult Ed Zoom Archive by logging in above. You will find the Archive under the School section. 

Additional Programs

Shabbat Morning Torah Study

Shabbat Morning Torah Study is now virtual every Saturday, at 9:00 pm. Each time we study Torah, we find something new in its verses...and in ourselves. Each week, led by Rabbi Zylberman or other members of the TBY clergy or lay leadership, an enthusiastic group examines the parashat hashavuah (weekly Torah portion) and discusses its meaning and relevance through the use of traditional commentaries, personal reflection, and lively debate. This Torah study is for everyone — no previous background or knowledge of Hebrew is required! Come one time — or every week! Join us, as we discover and re-discover the timeless teachings in our Torah.

Community Programs & Resources

The Community Scholar Program hosts a collection of engaging Zoom programs and we encourage you to attend those lectures on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. You can learn more about the programs they have available by clicking on their logo above.

Jewish Federation of Orange County has a Community Resources Hub that provides programming and information for all families.

The Orange County Jewish Coalition for Refugees (OCJCR) is driven by our tradition's deep moral obligation to welcome the stranger and protect the refugee. We are a grass-roots coalition of individuals, synagogues, and community organizations and are affiliated with HIAS, the nation's oldest, and only, Jewish resettlement agency. Connect with them by clicking on their logo above.

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