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Life Cycle Events

 

Temple Bat Yam Life Cycle Events

  • Weddings:  These conversations are facilitated in person, via Skype or over the phone.  In addition to the preparation, Rabbi Evon works with each couple to craft a unique to the couple wedding ceremony.  The celebration typically includes the ancient and beautiful Jewish traditions while weaving an address to the couple based on their time spent with the Rabbi.  

He also creates a special Ketubah signing ceremony held immediately before the wedding for the couple and an intimate gathering of selected family and friends.



 Non-Member Wedding Fees and Payment, Click Here >

Note: Wedding fees for members of Temple Bat Yam are included with your membership.
 

 

  • Wedding Vow Renewal/Anniversary Ceremonies:  Register Here >
    1. South Shore (Spooner Lake State Park to D. L. Bliss SP) $400
    2. North Shore (D. L. Bliss SP north to Spooner Lake State Park) $500
    3. Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Truckee and Tahoe Donner $600
    4. Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville, Hope Valley, Kirkwood $500
       
  • Funeral ServicesRegister Here >
    1. Graveside service only including Jewish liturgy and readings $500
    2. Family Meeting with the Rabbi, Graveside service including eulogy $600
    3. Family meeting with the Rabbi, Synagogue (or other location) Memorial Service & Graveside service including eulogy $750 (does not include rental of the synagogue building)
       
  • Brit Milah/Simchat Bat (Rabbi's Ceremony does not include mohel services.  Contact TBY to find a local trained mohel and physician):  Register Here >
    1. South Shore (Spooner Lake State Park to D. L. Bliss SP) $300Brit Milah
    2. North Shore (D. L. Bliss SP north to Spooner Lake State Park) $400
    3. Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Truckee and Tahoe Donner $500
    4. Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville, Hope Valley, Kirkwood $400
    5. Sierra Foothills (within 150 miles) $600
    6. Reno, NV $500

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