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David Baron M.

Rabbi

Temple of the Arts

Direct Phone: (310) ***-****       

Email: b***@***.org

Temple of the Arts

8440 Wilshire Blvd

Beverly Hills, California 90211

United States

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Affiliations

Board Member
Jewish National Fund Inc

Member
The 1939 Club

Board Member
Sand Castles

Board Member
American Jewish Congress

Education



Dolly Saken School


Graphic Design & Site Maintenance
Temple Of The Arts


Hebrew Literature and Political Science
University of New York


Political Science and Hebrew Literature
Hunter College of the City University of New York


Wilshire Theater
Temple

Cantor Nathan Lam

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The Collapse of Europe Conference

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David Baron Rabbi David Baron is the rabbi of Temple of the Arts at the Wilshire Theatre Beverly Hills. It is the largest entertainment industry synagogue in the United States. He is the author of numerous volumes including "Moses on Management" published by Simon & Schuster and serves on the board of directors of the Jewish National Fund.


The Collapse of Europe Conference

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David Baron Rabbi David Baron is the rabbi of Temple of the Arts at the Wilshire Theatre Beverly Hills. It is the largest entertainment industry synagogue in the United States. He is the author of numerous volumes including "Moses on Management" published by Simon & Schuster and serves on the board of directors of the Jewish National Fund.


Rabbi David Baron

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RABBI DAVID BARON

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RABBI DAVID BARON BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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Rabbi David Baron
Rabbi David Baron was born in New York and graduated from Hunter College of the City University of New York with a double major in Political Science and Hebrew Literature. He completed his rabbinical studies and was ordained in Jerusalem, Israel by Rabbi Israel Grossman, the Av Bet Din (Chief Rabbinic Jurist) of the Jerusalem rabbinate. After his ordination he served conservative pulpits in Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey and Miami, Florida before moving to Los Angeles.
As the Founding Rabbi of Temple of the Arts in 1992, he developed the unique approach of "Religion through music, drama, art, dance, and film."
Rabbi David Baron is the rabbi of the largest arts and entertainment-industry synagogue in the United States, Temple of the Arts in Beverly Hills, which owns the 1900-seat, art deco Saban Theatre. His Yom Kippur services and inspirational sermons are broadcast on national television (Time Warner, Comcast, DIRECTV) and webcast internationally to US troops overseas on the Armed Forces Network. He authored the art inspired prayer book "Sacred Space," and the evocative High Holy Day prayer book "Sacred Moments" featuring the biblical art of Marc Chagall. Rabbi Baron is the author of the ethics in business volume "Moses on Management; 50 Leadership Lessons from the Greatest Manager of All Time" (Simon & Schuster), and he is a widely sought after speaker on topics ranging from "Leadership and Legacy" to "The Successful Blending of Religion and Art".
He has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, NBC, PBS, A&E, and has spoken to many diverse groups ranging from Young Presidents Organization and World Presidents Organization to the Young Leadership Convention of the United Jewish Communities.
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Rabbi Baron served on the Boards of the Jewish National Fund, Maple Counseling Center, American Jewish Congress, and numerous philanthropic organizations. He also served as the Chaplain of the Beverly Hills Police Department. He was the recipient of the 2014 Israel Film Festival Community Leadership Award. He has consulted on numerous feature films dealing with Jewish subject matter. Most recently, Rabbi Baron was the religious consultant on the soon to be released 20 th Century Fox feature film "Exodus" directed by Ridley Scott.
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Rabbi Baron pioneered the fusion of religion and the arts in his career in the Los Angeles pulpit. His religious leadership has touched the lives of thousands of people worldwide. Rabbi David Baron continues to deliver his creative services to capacity crowds, making Temple of the Arts the address for religion and the arts.
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Rabbi David Baron


Rabbi David Baron

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RABBI DAVID BARON

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RABBI DAVID BARON BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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Rabbi David Baron
Rabbi David Baron was born in New York and graduated from Hunter College of the City University of New York with a double major in Political Science and Hebrew Literature. He completed his rabbinical studies and was ordained in Jerusalem, Israel by Rabbi Israel Grossman, the Av Bet Din (Chief Rabbinic Jurist) of the Jerusalem rabbinate. After his ordination he served conservative pulpits in Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey and Miami, Florida before moving to Los Angeles.
As the Founding Rabbi of Temple of the Arts in 1992, he developed the unique approach of "Religion through music, drama, art, dance, and film."
Rabbi David Baron is the rabbi of the largest arts and entertainment-industry synagogue in the United States, Temple of the Arts in Beverly Hills, which owns the 1900-seat, art deco Saban Theatre. His Yom Kippur services and inspirational sermons are broadcast on national television (Time Warner, Comcast, DIRECTV) and webcast internationally to US troops overseas on the Armed Forces Network. He authored the art inspired prayer book "Sacred Space," and the evocative High Holy Day prayer book "Sacred Moments" featuring the biblical art of Marc Chagall. Rabbi Baron is the author of the ethics in business volume "Moses on Management; 50 Leadership Lessons from the Greatest Manager of All Time" (Simon & Schuster), and he is a widely sought after speaker on topics ranging from "Leadership and Legacy" to "The Successful Blending of Religion and Art".
He has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, NBC, PBS, A&E, and has spoken to many diverse groups ranging from Young Presidents Organization and World Presidents Organization to the Young Leadership Convention of the United Jewish Communities.
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Rabbi Baron served on the Boards of the Jewish National Fund, Maple Counseling Center, American Jewish Congress, and numerous philanthropic organizations. He also served as the Chaplain of the Beverly Hills Police Department. He was the recipient of the 2014 Israel Film Festival Community Leadership Award. He has consulted on numerous feature films dealing with Jewish subject matter. Most recently, Rabbi Baron was the religious consultant on the soon to be released 20 th Century Fox feature film "Exodus" directed by Ridley Scott.
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Rabbi Baron pioneered the fusion of religion and the arts in his career in the Los Angeles pulpit. His religious leadership has touched the lives of thousands of people worldwide. Rabbi David Baron continues to deliver his creative services to capacity crowds, making Temple of the Arts the address for religion and the arts.
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Rabbi David Baron


Board of Directors | Temple of the Arts

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RABBI DAVID BARON BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Chuck was married to Tana this past year, in a ceremony coordinated by Rabbi Baron. He has 3 children, and one granddaughter, and a home in Beverly Hills, and on the Silver Strand in Marina Del Rey. Chuck and Tana are season ticket holders and supporters of the LA Phil and the Los Angeles Opera Company. Charles focuses his practice on bankruptcy, creditors' rights issues and financial restructuring matters. Over the course of his career, he has served as trustee and counsel to the trustee or receiver in several Securities Investor Protection Act liquidation proceedings, and federal equity receiverships. He has also represented Fortune 500 companies as well as most of the major underwriting houses.
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Raymond Rosenthal and his wife Peggy Shapiro Rosenthal are proud parents of children Wendy, Erin, Jessica, Samantha, and David.
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They are also proud grandparents of Avery, Ryan and David.
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Ray and Peggy were married by Rabbi Baron, and are longtime members of our Temple, and pillars on our Founder's Wall.
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Rabbi David Baron

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