Here are the links to where you will find the LIVE streamed services:
Erev Rosh Hashanah will go LIVE
on Friday, September 18th at 7:30 pm
Rosh Hashanah morning service will go LIVE
on Saturday, September 19th at 10:00 am
Tips to enjoy services
First, consider your environment
Choose a spot in your home that's comfortable for all.
Can you all see the screen easily?
How's the temperature and lighting?
Put your cellphones and other devices in another room.
Why not move some favorite Judaica items or precious photos close by?
Next, "What are you wearing?"
We hope you'll dress up, or wear something special! It is the High Holy Days, after all.
Wear your talit on the morning of Rosh Hashanah, for Kol Nidre, and for Yom Kippur, as well as a kippah for all services.
Finally, be present
E.M. Forster said, "only connect."
Moses said, "Hineni," Here I am.
Follow along with Machzorim and sing and pray from your heart. "The energy you put out there matters," Rabbi Sharfman has said. You will be changed by it, Kehillah will be changed by it, and Klal Yisrael will be changed by your heartfelt participation.
This year we will not be chanting the Haftarah live during the service, but you may read it in your Machzorim after the service. We are providing you with the blessing for before the Haftarah reading; an introduction to the Haftarah, recorded by Rabbi; and the blessing for after the Haftarah.
Thank you to Isaac Hemmert and Jared Erman for the videos.
The Haftarah links will be available for viewing on Thursday, September 17th,
at 9:15 am.
Isaac Hemmert chanting the blessing before Rosh Hashanah Haftarah
Rabbi Sharfman’s introduction to Rosh Hashanah morning Haftarah
Jared Erman chanting the blessing after Rosh Hashanah Haftarah