Live Streaming

Live Streaming

Congregation Beth Shalom is pleased to provide live streaming video of our Shabbat services, daily morning and evening minyan, as well as other holiday services. If you are sick, out of town, or just unable to attend services, with the click of a button you can now watch our services live. On occasion, we may live stream speakers and other special programs and events.

Schedule of Services:

  • Daily Minyan is held in the Feather Beit Midrash:
    • 7:45 a.m. Monday-Friday (beginning Monday, July 6, 2020) – also be held via Zoom
    • 8:45 a.m. on Sunday and legal holidays
    • 7:45 p.m. Sunday-Thursday
  • Friday evening Shabbat service – 6:00 p.m. Feather Beit Midrash
  • Saturday morning Shabbat service – 9:30 a.m. Kamensky Sanctuary
  • ShabbatTONE held various Fridays – 6:00 p.m. Kamensky Sanctuary

On occasion, Friday evening service may be held in Kamensky Sanctuary.

Help us in sustaining our Live Streaming with a donation to Congregation Beth Shalom’s The Laven Family Shabbat Celebration Fund. Click Here to donate.

Click here for link to Siddur Sim Shalom

Live Streaming from the Feather Beit Midrash:

Live Streaming from the Kamensky Sanctuary:

Watch On-Demand

Any Shabbat or holiday service that is live streamed will now be available “on-demand” for at least one week after its conclusion. Simply click on the Previous Broadcasts icon (shaped like a box), then select the service you’d like to watch. If you are watching a broadcast, the icon will be located in the upper right corner, otherwise, it will be in the middle of the screen once you click anywhere in the player.

Our clergy, Rabbi Aaron Melman, Senior Cantor Steven Stoehr and Assistant Rabbi Warner Ferratier are thrilled that you have decided to join us for worship even though you can’t be with us in person. Copies of our prayerbook, Siddur Sim Shalom, are available to borrow from the Beth Shalom Library. You may also download the pdf version here.

We can not guarantee that there will not be technical difficulties or glitches with the live stream. There is no staff working on Shabbat or holidays to contact during a scheduled broadcast. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience.