10/2/16

Online Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Kol Nidre services, on Video, on a Live Webcast for 5777

Our sincere and heartfelt best wishes to all our readers for a Year of Blessing and Health, Prosperity and Good Cheer.

Rosh Hashanah 5777 - 2016 falls on Monday, the 3rd of October and will continue for 2 days.

Yom Kippur 5777 - 2016 falls on Wednesday, the 12th of October.

From Central Synagogue in NYC come Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur online services and videos. Scroll down to find the feed and schedule. See the LIVE webcast of Kol Nidre service this year.

The 92nd Street Y also plans a webcast of services.

Rabbis on videos at various places discuss atonement and repentance. There also are holiday video recipes for tzimmes, honey cake and tagelach that you can find online.

And see Video-streamed Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Services.

In these coming Days of Awe all of this is good nourishment for the soul.



Purchase some of these wonderful books for the holidays.


7 comments:

MidwestJewess said...

Last year I cyber-attended the Yom Kippur service from L.A. I did not like it at all. It was way too casual, hippy-dippy, with a Yoga meditation during the Kol Nidre service. Yes! They turned down the lights and the female rabbi guided the congregation and viewers through a real Yoga meditation during the service!!
And the rabbi brought her big blue exercise ball onto the stage for the service. She talked with the congregation DURING the service, asking them unrelated and casual questions during the service - something like "what was his name" and other wacky behavior.
It was disturbing to me how ridiculously casual it all was.
She sang with the band as if it was a lounge act.
Toooo La-La-Land for me.
I will never return there.
It cheapened the High Holiday experience for me.
I mean the rabbi bringing her big blue exercise ball out onto stage during the Yom Kippur service!!! Are they all crazy in L.A.?

This year I cyber-attended a Rosh Hashanah service from Hollywood, FLORIDA - Temple Beth El. (Ironic that it was also Hollywood, but NOT CA).
It was their first webcast and I hope not their last. I really enjoyed a traditional reform Rosh Hashanah service.
Thank G-d for a normal, appropriate rabbi and cantor and a respectful service.
They announced that Dr. Barry Kaplowitz provided the webcast equipment, so whoever you are Dr. Kaplowitz, thank you!
Please visit their site and encourage them to continue their webcasts.

http://www.templebethelhollywood.org/

Esther Kustanowitz said...

FYI, the link for the JewishTVnetwork service is: http://jewishtvnetwork.com/highHolidays

May we all be sealed in the book of life.

Rural Jew said...

This is from a reform synagogue, Temple Emanu-El in New York. They have been doing it for several years.

http://www.emanuelnyc.org/wor_broadcast_player.php?playlist_id=22

Paul said...

Temple Israel in Boston, a reform synangogue, is streaming live both of their simultaneous services--a traditional one from the sanctuary and a more contemporary one from the auditorium. tisrael.org

jWASHradio said...

If you are without a shul on either Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur, or just away for a while, you can keep on davening (or singing Debbie Friedman songs, as it were) by tuning in to a wonderful online Jewish Radio Station from the DC area.

www.jWASH.net

jWASHradio said...

If you are without a shul on either Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur, or just away for a while, you can keep on davening (or singing Debbie Friedman songs, as it were) by tuning in to a wonderful online Jewish Radio Station from the DC area.

www.jWASH.net

Anonymous said...

This is an amazing Kol Nidre service...
http://jewishtvnetwork.com/highHolidays/