As the Founding Rabbi of Temple of the Arts in 1992, Rabbi David Baron developed a unique approach of "Religion through music, drama, art, and dance." David Baron is the rabbi of the largest arts and entertainment-industry synagogue in the US, Beverly Hills Temple of the Arts, 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 is author of 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 also author of the ethics in business book "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".