Live-Stream Our High Holy Days Services 

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Our High Holy Day worship experiences will be live-streamed on the Internet as well as on the community cable-television stations listed below. Here are instructions on how to view our High Holy Day services online or, where available, on your local cable-television station.

Online: to view these services in real-time, from any location, on a computer or tablet, click on the links, per the schedule below.

PLEASE NOTE: Each service has its own link!

Erev Rosh Hashanah                 (Sunday, Sept. 25)                      7:30 PM (EST)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8G-zMSzqb8M

Rosh Hashanah morning          (Monday, Sept. 26)                   9:30 AM (EST)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9SBCdgISHo

Kol Nidre                                     (Tuesday, Oct. 4)                             6:30 PM (EST)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYHgqxj7jiY

Yom Kippur morning                 (Wednesday, Oct. 5)                  9:30 AM (EST)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmPzTzI9KV8

Yom Kippur Conclusion [includes Yizkor & Ne’eila]                    4:30 PM  (EST)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhC9ZjjFew0

As of this writing, the community cable television stations serving the following towns have agreed to live-stream our services:

Falmouth Community Television (FCTV-13):  Comcast 13  (www.fctv.org)

Mashpee Community Television: Comcast 99  (https://mashpeetv.com)

Sandwich Community Television: Comcast 13  (http://www.sandwichcommunitytv.org)

Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis, Harwich, and Chatham, Cape Media Center: Channel 99,  will record and replay FJC’s services directly after the live services they are broadcasting for Cape Cod Synagogue. (https://capemedia.org)

Rochester, Marion & Mattapoisett  Old Rochester Community Television:  Comcast channel 9, Verizon channel 36   (https://www.orctv.org)

Provincetown:   Comcast 99  (http://www.provincetowntv.org/)

PLEASE NOTE: Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) is not responsible for any of the centers and channels that are picking up its broadcast stream. There may be technical difficulties over which it has no control. If you experience difficulties with cable-television access, you can watch the services online right on FCTV’s homepage, www.fctv.org.

You are welcome to share this information with family and friends!

We encourage you to consider “setting the mood” to experience these services by dressing for the occasion, placing your computer or television in a sitting conducive to reflection and engagement with the words and music of these holy days, and gracing your gathering space with fresh flowers.

Falmouth Jewish Congregation wishes you and yours a 5,783 filled with health, contentment and peace. May all of us do our part to help make it so!