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Holiday Outreach


What truly makes Jewish Family Services unique is our connection to the Jewish community. Jewish Family Services serves anyone who lives in the Miami Valley, but to the Jewish community, we are family. We share the same values, and like family, our support is steadfast. Jewish Family Services stays connected through friendly visits, volunteers, and holiday outreach. We are family.

What does our holiday outreach look like? Three times a year, at Purim, Rosh Hashanah, and Chanukah, we assemble and deliver holiday bags to isolated seniors and those living in independent, assisted, and skilled nursing facilities. We also deliver bags to those who live independently and are isolated. For Purim and for Rosh Hashanah, we have programs both north and south that are open to anyone who is interested and able to attend. Jewish Family Services is grateful for the support that Beth Abraham Synagogue, Beth Jacob Congregation, Chabad of Greater Dayton, Temple Beth Or, and Temple Israel provide for the holiday outreach bags and for the community support for the programs.

Where to Stream High Holiday Services

If you are unable to go to synagogue for the high holidays but would like to “attend” high holiday services, there are internet-based and telephonic worship opportunities available. A growing number of congregations and other Jewish institutions live-stream their services online. While internet-assisted worship lacks the same personal connection as physically attending a service, it can be a good alternative to be able to experience services and the holidays. My Jewish Learning assembled a list of streaming options. Below is a subset of the list from My Jewish Learning that includes those congregations whose websites and live-streaming services Jewish Family Services verified. Please note that none of the streaming options are from Orthodox synagogues because traditional Jews do not permit using technology on Shabbat and most holidays.

92nd Street Y (Non-denominational) – Manhattan, NY

www.92Y.org/high-holidays/livecast

Sun, Sept 9 – 6:30 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 10 am
Tues, Sept 11 – 10 am
Tues, Sept 18 – 6:30 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 10 am and 5:30 pm

Our services use Machzor Eit Ratzon, and the pages announced are in that prayer book. Although the Hebrew text is similar to that in other high holiday prayer books.

Brooklyn Heights Synagogue (Reform)

To enjoy our live-streaming services, use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or another browser that supports Flash Version 9.0 or greater.

http://www.bhsbrooklyn.org/livestream

Sun, Sept 9 – 6:30 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 9:30 am
Tues, Sept 18 – 7:00 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 9:30 am

Central Synagogue (Reform)

Shabbat: 6:00 pm Fridays & 9:30 am Saturdays

https://www.centralsynagogue.org/worship/live_streaming

On Facebook – livestream feed is now available via Central Synagogue’s Facebook page on Facebook LIVE. Join this interactive viewing experience to LIKE, comment, and share!

By Phone
404-602-9526, passcode: 759682#
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 (404) number to help us defray these expenses so that we can continue to provide this important service. Prayer book: Mishkan T’filah: A Reform Siddur, Shabbat Transliterated

Congregation Beth Israel (Reform) – West Hartford, Connecticut

https://venue.streamspot.com/6c508cd6bf

Sun, Sept 9 – 7:20 pm
Mon, Sept 10 -9:50 am
Tues, Sept 18 -7:20 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 9:50 am

Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek (Reform) – Chester, Connecticut

Services Livestream

Sun, Sept 9 – 7:30 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 9:30 am
Tues, Sept 11 – 9:30 am
Tues, Sept 18 – 7:30 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 9:30 am
Sun, Sept 23 – 6:00 pm
Fri, Sept 28 – 7:30 pm

OurJewishCommunity.org (Non-denominational)

https://www.ourjewishcommunity.org/videostreaming/high-holiday

Sun, Sept 9 – 8:15 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 10:30 am
Tues, Sept 18 – 8:15 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 10:30 am; 3:30 pm

Romemu (Jewish Renewal)

https://livestream.com/romemu

Sun, Sept 9 – 6:30 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 8:30 am
Tues, Sept 11 – 8:30 am
Fri, Sept 14 – 6:30 pm
Sat, Sept 15 – 10:00 am
Tues, Sept 18 – 6:00 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 8:30 am; 3:30 pm; 5:15 pm; 6:30 pm

Temple Beth Am (Reform) – Miami, Florida

http://www.tbam.org/main/videostreaming

Sun, Sept 9- 6:00 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 8:30 am; 11:30 am
Tues, Sept 11 -9:30 am
Tues, Sept 18 -6:00 pm; 8:00 pm
Wed, Sept 19th at 8:30 am; 11:30 am

Temple Beth El (Reconstructionist)

https://www.tbede.org/bimacam.html

Sun, Sept 9 – 7:30 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 9:30 am; 4:00 pm
Tues, Sept 11 – 9:30 am
Tues, Sept 18 – 7:00 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 9:30 am; 12 pm; 7:30 pm
Sun, Sept 23 – 7:30 pm
Mon, Oct 1 – 6:00 pm

Temple Emanu-El (Reform)

http://www.emanuelnyc.org/simple.php/holiday_broadcast

Sun, Sept 9 – 5:30 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 10 am; 12:30 pm
Tues, Sept 18 – 5:30 pm; 8:00 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 9:45 am; 2:15 pm; 3:30 pm

Temple Shaaray Tefila (Reform) – Manhattan, NY

https://livestream.com/accounts/9970545

Temple Sholom (Reform) – Cincinnati, OH

http://templesholom.net/high-holiday-services-info

Sun, Sept 9 – 8:00 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 10:30 am
Tues, Sept 11 – 10:30 am
Fri, Sept 14 – 6:30 pm
Sat, Sept 15 – 10:30 am
Tues, Sept 18 – 8:00 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 10:30 am; 3:45 pm
Fri, Sept 28 – 6:30 pm

B’nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim (Reform) – Central Standard Time – Illinois

https://www.bjbe.org/watch-live

Sun, Sept 9 – 6:00 pm; 8:30 pm
Mon, Sept 10 – 9:00 am; 12:00 pm
Tues, Sept 18 – 6:00 pm; 8:30 pm
Wed, Sept 19 – 9:00 am; 12:00 pm; 4:00 pm

LOCAL: Temple Israel, Dayton, Ohio – offers High Holidays on DATV

Dayton Access Television will be at Temple Israel on Rosh Hashanah morning and the evening of Kol Nidre to record services. You will be able to view them on Dayton Spiritual Television, Spectrum digital channel 992 at a later date.

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2018 Purim Program at Friendship Village

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