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Streaming Instructions & On Shabbat

WHEN TO STREAM
At the start time of the event/service, please click on one of the two location panels above. If you click on a panel before the start time, you will receive notification that there is currently no broadcast. The  livestream will not begin automatically if you are early, as most common browsers now block auto play when broadcasting. If you don't see the livestream begin at the appointed start time, please either: 1) refresh your browser, or 2) close your browser window and open a new window to return to betham.org/livestream. You should see a "Live" indicator appear when the livestream begins. 

SHABBAT SERVICES
On Friday night: Tune in at 6:15 PM to watch the Shabbat evening livestream. If you miss the 6:15 PM livestream (or a later time works better for you), a simulated broadcast of the service will repeat at 8:00 PM in one of the frames above. Shabbat morning services (including B'nei Mitzvah) begin at 10:30 AM.

Shabbat Downloadable Text
You may follow along in our texts for the Erev (evening) Shabbat service and the morning Shabbat service using the online version or the downloadable pdf of the Mishkan T'filah: A Reform Siddur.

Other Ways to Livestream Erev Shabbat Services and Select Events

On YouTube
Our livestream YouTube feed is available via Beth Am's YouTube page.

On Television
Want to livestream on your television? Learn how. Please note that these tips are for reference only and that Beth Am cannot provide any technical support.

On Facebook
Our livestream feed is available via Central Beth Am's Facebook page on Facebook LIVE.

 

Streaming Help & Sermon Archive

SOMETHING WRONG?
Visit our Streaming FAQs page for some troubleshooting tips.

SERMON ARCHIVE
Find past sermon videos and texts in our video archive.

SERVICE ARCHIVE
Find complete services posted in the sermon playlists on our YouTube channel. (Two playlists are available – High Holy Days & Erev Shabbat)

Support Livestreaming

Donations to Beth Am help make streaming possible and are always appreciated. 

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