Join us on Friday, May 29 at 9 a.m. for our Shavuot Yizkor Service. At 9 a.m. on Friday the livestream should start playing automatically. If it does not, click the grey button in the video box below that says “watch now” or click the white “play” button in the middle of the screen. If you do not see either of those buttons at 9 a.m., or the stream does not start at 9 a.m., click the refresh button in the top left-hand corner of your internet screen (often represented by a circular arrow).
Looking forward to celebrating Shabbat together!
Looking to watch the 6 p.m. May 22 Shabbat Service? Click HERE.
Looking to watch the 6 p.m. May 15 Shabbat Service? Click HERE.
Looking to watch the 6 p.m. May 8 Shabbat Service? Click HERE.
Looking to watch the 6 p.m. May 1 Shabbat Service? Click HERE.
Looking to watch the 6 p.m. April 24 Shabbat Service? Click HERE.
Please visit or refresh this page within 10 minutes of when the service is scheduled to begin. You must have Flash installed to view live streams and archived recordings.
Streaming of services is made possible by the ongoing support of the Michael Matlof Fund for Homebound Services in memory of Dr. Michael Matlof.
If you visit this page during Friday or Saturday Shabbat or other select services, you will find a live stream of the service. If you visit this page at any other time, you will see a countdown to the next scheduled service. Please note that some services, such as funerals, are not scheduled in advance but may still be streamed.
We stream most services that are held in the Stiffman Sanctuary and Kehillah Center. This includes all Friday evening Shabbat services (6 p.m. start time) and most Saturday morning services (start times vary). Funeral services held in the Sanctuary or Kehillah Center are streamed only by family request. For a list of High Holiday services that will be livestreamed, please visit our High Holidays streaming page.
For Shabbat Services we use the Mishkan Tefillah; A Reform Siddur (Shabbat) prayer book. For High Holiday services we use the Mishkan HeNefesh prayer book set. If you would like to purchase a prayer book, they can often be found on Amazon.
You can access service archives from the last 30 days by selecting a video from the “related videos” list on the right side of the video player above.
Download the Boxcast app and search for the “Congregation Shaare Emeth” channel.