Rabbi Aaron Sataloff is the Rabbi at Temple Beth Israel in Macon, Georgia. Rabbi Sataloff is passionate about innovating Jewish engagement to make Judaism equal parts fun and meaningful. If you're looking for a rabbi to explore Judaism with, an amazing community to join, or a relatable officiant to perform a lifecycle event for your family, feel free to contact me.


Rabbi Aaron Sataloff was born in Memphis, TN to Alan and Susan Sataloff. Rabbi Sataloff grew up across North America in NJ, WA, VA, CA, as his father served in various administrative positions in Jewish Community Centers.

In 2008 Rabbi Sataloff moved to Israel to participate in Project OTZMA, a volunteer-based Israel program where he lived in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Be’er Sheva, and Kiryat Shmona. He later returned in 2011 to attend Ulpan on Kibbutz Tzuba.

Rabbi Sataloff holds a B.A in Judaic Studies from the University of Oregon and Rabbinic Ordination from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in Los Angeles. He also holds an M.A. from the Zelikow School of Jewish Nonprofit Management.

Currently, Rabbi Sataloff lives in Downtown Macon, GA with his best friend, Temple greeter, and life coach Charlie who is pictured in the gallery below: