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Tickets will be mailed to all members in good standing on September 1, 2022.

If you have not already made your first financial contribution, please click on "Donate/Payment" above or email Lesa at for further assistance.

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Temple Bat Yahm is happy to provide childcare for children ages 2 (and potty trained) through 6th Grade during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Morning Services only. To enroll your child/children, click on the button below and complete the online enrollment form. Your enrollment will be confirmed via email upon completing the form. 

If you have questions for childcare for children ages 2 (and potty trained) through Kindergarten, email Laura Gramling, TBY Preschool Director at

If you have questions for childcare for children grades 1st - 6th, email Mel Bordelon, Director of Youth Engagement at

We kindly request that you refrain from attending in-person High Holy Day services if you are feeling unwell or if you have been with someone who has tested positive for COVID in the weeks leading up to the High Holy Days. While masks are not required, if you feel more comfortable wearing one while joining us in-person, we encourage you to do so. We thank you for your adherence as we strive to provide the safest environment possible for our members and staff.

In Orange County, at least 1-in-6 children and 29.4% of our senior population are food insecure. Often their families need to choose between food, rent, and medication. [2nd Harvest Food Bank]
The past two years have proven to be challenging for almost everyone and the most vulnerable in our communities seem to hit the hardest. We will have donation barrels from our partner organizations on campus for drive by drop off between Selichot and Yom Kippur.
Non-perishable food needs: jars of peanut butter and jelly (especially jelly!); canned meats and fish; beans; pasta and pasta sauce; rice; cereal; lunch bag items; food your family loves - THINK HEALTHY!
Unfortunately, we can no longer accept personal hygiene or baby products at this time, but we are able to take gift cards to Amazon, Target, or local grocery stores, pharmacies, and chain restaurants.
Another way to fulfill this mitzvah is to donate to MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger. Give tzedakah as part of our efforts to create tikkun olam this season (
No expired foods or open containers please - If you won't eat it, no one should!
Brown grocery bags will be available for you to take home following Rosh Hashanah morning service as needed.

If you have questions, please reach out to Ellen Phillips, Social Action Taskforce at

The High Holy Days may be a bit different again this year, but the impact they have on our community can be felt by each of us. It is our "strength of tradition and warmth of community" that shines and allows us to ensure that every member of our community feels connected and supported.

Every year, we ask that you make a donation to the High Holy Day Appeal, no matter the amount, to sustain and support our Membership Community Fund. Proceeds from this fund make Temple membership available to all in need of financial assistance.
With Yom Kippur being just a week away, we would like to reach our goal before the holiday arrives. So, don't wait, you can make your High Holy Day Appeal right now by clicking the banner above.

The High Holy Days fall on week days this year, so parking will be limited. Parking is prohibited on Jamboree as well as the Post Office parking lot. Any illegally parked car will be ticketed and may be towed. Please obey all the traffic signs as our security cannot locate you during the service in the event a problem should arise.

Parking is available on Camelback Street, as well as Calty Design (by Liberty Baptist Church at Bison & Celtis) and Bonita Creek Park (at University & La Vida) for all services. There will be shuttles to bring you to TBY's front doors from these locations.

Interior Design Institute (next door to TBY) is available for Erev Rosh Hashanah (Sunday, September 25th) and Yom Kippur Morning Service (Wednesday, October 5th) ONLY. Please be aware, cars parked in the IDI parking lot are subject to towing.

Circle of Honor members will have parking in the TBY lot for all services. If you did not receive your parking pass with your tickets, please email Lesa at

Handicapped Parking is available on a first come, first serve basis to those possessing a valid handicapped hangtag or license plate. Please have your hangtag visible for our Security Team upon your arrival.

Each member and/or attendee joining us in-person that is over the age of 18 must have their own ticket. This ticket will have a numeric identifier connected to each member account. Children under the age of 18 must accompany their parent/guardian upon arrival. Students over the age of 18 who are still under their family’s membership may request a complimentary Student Ticket in advance. Students may need to provide proof of enrollment with a valid student ID.

Permanent Sanctuary Seat Owners & Circle of Honor members: please let us know how you will be joining us no later than Wednesday, September 14th. Once the seating arrangements are completed, no modifications will be made. (If you own seats and are COH, please use the Permanent Sanctuary Seat RSVP)

Should you wish to give away your ticket(s) to a particular service or all services, you must submit this request to Lesa Hodgkins ( in writing by Wednesday, September 21, 2022. You need to provide the name, email address, and phone number of the person/people you wish to give your tickets to.
We will stop mailing tickets after Monday, September 19th. All ticket requests or changes made after this date will be available to pick up in-person during regular business hours or at Will Call prior to each service.

Yizkor means Remember. It is traditional at the Yizkor Service to recall our dear ones whom we have inscribed in our Book of Remembrance. The Yizkor Book will be included in our Yizkor Service on Yom Kippur on Wednesday, October 5, 2022. Please complete the form below to have your loved ones listed in our Yizkor Book. 

There will be separate pages remembering our 6,000,000 brethren who perished during the Holocaust. If you with to be included, please check the appropriate line below.

The deadline for online submissions to the Yizkor Book is Friday, September 9, 2022 at 12:00 pm! In order to meet the publisher's deadline, this date and time are FIRM and FINAL.

If you have any questions about the Yizkor Book, please email Reisha Rosten at

As we prepare to observe the High Holy Days and enter the year 5783, we would like to take a moment in our Yizkor service
(Wednesday, October 5th at 5:00 pm PDT) to recognize those who have passed this last year. Similar to other "In Memoriam" presentations, we would like to share the name of your loved ones and a picture of them on the screen during the service.
Email Hilary at with their full name and a high resolution photo no later than Wednesday, September 21, 2022.​
Thu, October 6 2022 11 Tishrei 5783