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Streaming Instructions On Shabbat

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 You should see a "Live" indicator appear when the livestream begins. 

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), you may watch the service "on demand" on the Erev Shabbat Services playlist on the Beth Am YouTube channel. Shabbat morning services (including B'nei Mitzvah) begin at 10:30 AM.

You may follow along in our texts for the Erev (evening) Shabbat service and the morning Shabbat service using the Kindle version of the Mishkan T'filah: A Reform Siddur. Want to own your own hardcopy prayerbook? Order it here.

Other Ways to Livestream Erev Shabbat Services and Select Events

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

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

Please note that these are references only and that Beth Am cannot provide any technical support. If you have a TV that includes the YouTube app, our livestream will be shown live on Beth Am's YouTube channel at the scheduled service times. For advice on how to connect your computer screen to your television, please refer to 7 Ways to Get Your Computer Screen On Your TV  by David Nield, which appeared on on 7/16/20. Additionally, see Tips for Watching Livestreams on Your TV, (credit Hershey Felder).

Streaming Help

Visit our Streaming FAQs page for some troubleshooting tips.

Sermon & Service Archives

SERMON video recordings and texts in our archives or posted in the Erev Shabbat Sermons YouTube playlist.

SERVICE recordings are available on the Beth Am YouTube Channel. Two playlists are available:

Support Livestreaming

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

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