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Three steps to watching High Holiday services via livestream or view below

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High Holidays Livestream Schedule

We are pleased to be able to offer a live stream service for those who must remain at home in the hope that it will decrease the sense of isolation of this time.

Print Livestream Schedule

Erev Rosh Hashana

Friday, September 18, 2020
5:45-7:15 PM
(Candlelighting is at 6:40 PM)

Rabbi Katz’ Sermon
After the sermon, we will continue with Maariv.

(Note: This is the major sermon for Rosh Hashana. During the day there will only be short teachings by Rabbi Katz)


Rosh Hashana I

Saturday, September 19, 2020
10:45 AM-12:45 PM


Rosh Hashana II

Sunday, September 20, 2020
Shacharit/Musaf with Shofar
10:45 AM-12:45 PM

6:40 PM-7:50 PM with Shofar, Rabbi Ethan Linden Sermon, and Havdalah

Three steps to watching High Holiday services via livestream

Three steps to watching High Holiday services via livestream (printable version)

Disable the Screensaver (optional) 
If you want to turn the livestream on with the intention of using it on the following day(s) so that you avoid touching the computer on the holiday, we recommend that you make sure to turn off your screen saver.
On a Mac computer:  Go to System Preferences, click on “Desktop and Screen Saver” then click on the “Screen Saver” tab and on the “Start After” dropdown menu on the bottom left choose “never.”
On a Windows computer:  Click the Start button then Control panel. Double click the Display icon to open up the Display Properties screen. Click on the Screen Saver tab. Change the Screen saver drop down box to (None) and then click on the Apply button.
Click on the Box and Arrow
Once you’re on that page, you will see a box with an arrow button that you must press to begin the livestream. You can do this at any time, and halachically, we recommend that you do it before the holiday starts! That way you won’t have to press any buttons on your computer during the holiday. You can do this on any computer, tablet, or smartphone, just make sure it’s plugged in so that it stays charged. If you click play on the livestream before services have started, you will see a still graphic with service times. You do not have to do anything after you click play to start the services, they will start at the time that is on your screen.

Sun, September 20 2020 2 Tishrei 5781