Yom Kippur is a time when we remember loved ones who died at this season or in years past. As we approach the High Holy Days we invite our virtual community to join us in this moment of remembrance. It is Central’s custom during Yizkor to read the names of loved ones who died between last Yom Kippur and this one.
If you plan to join us virtually for Yikzor and have a name of someone you lost between September 20, 2018 and October 2, 2019, simply fill out this form. You may submit up to three names. Only one form per person will be accepted. These names will appear during the live stream as we take time to remember together.
Submission deadline is Wednesday October 2, 5:00 pm ET. If you would like to honor your loved one’s memory with a gift, you can do so here.
(All times are Eastern Standard Time)
Prayer book: Mishkan T’filah: A Reform Siddur, Shabbat Transliterated
Order online from CCAR Press or download the Kindle edition For Holiday and Festival services, you may follow along using the Mishkan T'filah: A Reform Siddur: Holiday and Festivals. Order online from CCAR Press here or download the Kindle Edition here.
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Our livestream feed is now available via Central Synagogue's Facebook page on Facebook LIVE. Join this interactive viewing experience to LIKE, comment, and share!
Starting Friday, December 28, 2018, our new call-in number is 1-605-475-5619 and the new pass code is 776-041-1657.
Or call toll-free 1-877-864-6450*
*If your phone plan has free long-distance calling or unlimited minutes, we ask that you consider using the (605) number to help us defray these expenses so that we can continue to provide this important service.
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS) airs our Friday night service at 7:30 pm with an encore at 11:00 pm. After Labor Day, JBS resumes its regular schedule, airing our service live at 6:00 pm with an encore at 11:00 pm.
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Any Shabbat or holiday service that is live streamed will now be available "on-demand" for 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.
Please Note: Private family life-cycle events (i.e. wedding, bris, baby naming, or funeral) will not be made available to watch "on-demand."
Welcome to Central Synagogue's Live Streaming Page. We are thrilled you have decided to join us for worship. If you are not yet a member of a congregation, we encourage you to explore your local Jewish community.
*For Jews outside North America