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Live Streaming at Judea Reform

Streaming from Our Sanctuary

Below, you can find the live stream from our sanctuary. Live streaming of other events can be found at the bottom of this page or by clicking here.


Torah Study with Rabbi Soffer

9:00am, March 28, 2020

Participate in the discussion by joining us on Zoom, click here.

People will be commenting on  FaceBook, you can join us by clicking here.

For the Study Guide, click here.

For the "Five Levitical Offerings" chart, click here.


This Week's Torah Reading: Vayikra



Thanks to Amy Newman!

Past Live Streams


Tot Shabbat with Zemer Allan

5:15pm, March 27, 2020

For the text of the worship service, click here.


Shabbat Evening Worship with Rabbi Soffer

6:00pm, March 27, 2020

For a digital version of Mishkan T'fillah, click here.

People will be commenting on  Facebook, you can join us by clicking here.

Participate in the joy by joining us on Zoom, click here.

For the DCIA information, click here

For meditations during the  Amidah, click here.

Wednesday, March 25

Sing Along with Zemer Allan and Guests

For a song sheet, click here.


March 20

Joining us for Warm Up with Shabbat Zmirot (Songs) this evening?
Click here for the songs in a .pdf file.


Joining us for Shabbat Evening Worship? Find the digital version of Mishkan T'fillah here: (Just click!) . . . And . . . 


Other links that will be helpful throughout this evenings service:

Lyrics to Ahavat Olam:

For lyrics to Let There Be Love/Hashkiveinu, click here.

Text of Prayer for Medical Scientists:

Text of Pandemic by Lynn Ungar:

Live Streaming made possible by the  Daniel Weiss Fund

Our congregation wants to make sure our worship services are accessible whether you are homebound or far away from home. We are streaming Shabbat services as well as other select events so that you can be with the congregation no matter where you are. 

You'll find that most congregants sing along with our lay cantors, and you'll often see members accompanying our singing with a variety of musical instruments. Ours is a welcoming and nourishing Shabbat practice that we hope you will enjoy.

If you are homebound and you want to borrow a copy of our prayerbook, please let us know so you we can connect you with our loaner program. Contact Congregational Services Manager Lois Price, (919) 489-7062, ext 227 or to request a loaner, or visit the Eisman Gift Shop at Judea Reform Congregation to purchase your personal copy.

Follow Along

At many of our services, we use Mishkan T'filah as our prayerbook. However, other services may use other texts, styles, and music. One thing you can count on, though: Shabbat at Judea Reform is a sacred time and a sacred space where you will be welcome.

If you would like to follow along in your own copy of the prayerbooks we use, they are available to buy from the following sources:

Where Else Can You Watch?

Follow on our Facebook page.

Watch on our StreamSpot page.

Live Streaming Other Events

We also live stream our special events and services that take place outside of the sanctuary. Check here for High Holy Days services and other celebrations, observances, and community gatherings.


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