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Live Streaming at Judea Reform

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. 

Rabbi Bach leads us with depth, humor, and music through worship and connection that will comfort and challenge you. 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 227or lprice@judeareform.org to request a loaner.

Schedule of Services

First and third Friday of each month at 7:30 pm, worshipping from Mishkan T'filah.

Second Friday of each month at 7 pm, worshipping from Mishkan T'filah for Youth.

Fourth Friday of each month at 6 pm, worshipping from Mishkan T'filah.

Most Saturday Mornings at 11 am, worshipping from Mishkan T'filah.

Some Saturday Afternoons at 5 pm, worshipping from Mishkan T'filah.

Worship at Judea Reform is filled with music, prayer, and insight. 

Follow Along

At many of our services, we use Mishkan T'filah as our prayerbook and we are led by Rabbi Larry Bach and our cantor corps. However, other services may use other texts, other styles, and other 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.

Fri, November 17 2017 28 Cheshvan 5778