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All are welcome to join us remotely for High Holiday worship. 

We will begin taking requests for our livestream link on Monday, Sept. 12.

To see which services will be livestreamed, check our High Holiday schedule.

Accessing Streamed Services

Barnert Members & Ticket Holders:
You do NOT need to request livestream access.
You will automatically receive the link to our High Holiday livestream with your tickets and via email approximately two weeks before Rosh Hashanah.

We like to know who is joining us, even remotely.  Click the button above to sign our "guest book" and receive the livestream link


Some Suggestions for Viewing 

You are encouraged to access our livestreaming page prior to the official start of each service.  The High Holidays are special.  Logging in early gives time to shift into your own sacred space and frame of mind before each service.  Consider connecting your device to a large-screen TV if you can.  There are different ways to do this, depending on the type of TV you have, the software installed on it, etc.

Method 1:  Connect Your Device Via HDMI

You can purchase an adaptor and cable that allow you to attach your device to your TV.  The cables and adaptors are readily available on Amazon and will cost $20-$30.  This is the cheapest, low-tech way to get the job done.  For specific details, Google "How to connect [insert your device] to TV.

Method 2:  Chromecast, Apple TV or Amazon Fire

Use a device like an Apple TV, a Chromecast, or an Amazon Fire to connect wirelessly.  Chromecast and Amazon Fire cost between $30 and $50.  Apple TV is more expensive, around $150.

Method 3:  See What Your TV Can Do Out of the Box

If you have a smart TV, you might be able to connect your device wirelessly right out of the box.  Check your manual or Google to see if that's the case.  

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