Where to Stream Rosh Hashanah Services for Free

Where to find a free online service for the Jewish new year.

Growing numbers of synagogues now live stream their services online. On the High Holidays, these streams are often restricted to synagogue members or cost money to watch — but not always.

This guide provides a list of free options for streaming of Rosh Hashanah services online in all U.S. time zones. Because strict holiday observance precludes using electricity and computers on Rosh Hashanah, not many Orthodox synagogues are listed here.

East Coast (Eastern Daylight Time)

My Jewish Learning (Non-Denominational)

My Jewish Learning will offer a one-hour speed service on the first morning of Rosh Hashanah, September 19, and on Yom Kippur. Led by Rabbi Benjamin Resnick, this service will visit highlights of the service using the Lev Shalem mahzor. Sign up to receive Zoom links in your email. Check out the full schedule of Rosh Hashanah events here.

Adas Israel (Conservative)

Adas Israel, located in Washington, D.C., was founded in 1869. It is “socially-conscious, and aspires to celebrate Conservative Judaism at its creative best.” Led by Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt and Rabbi Aaron Alexander. All High Holiday services will be streamed on their webpage.

B’nai Jeshurun (Unaffliated)

B’nai Jeshurun is a nearly 200 year old unaffiliated synagogue located in New York City. They bring together a multi-generational community in prayer, music, learning, joyful celebration, and activism. They will be streaming all High Holiday services.

Central Synagogue (Reform)

This 2,600-member congregation is one of the largest synagogues in North America. The synagogue streams its High Holidays services free on its website and on its Facebook page.

Congregation Beth Adam (Humanistic)

Congregation Beth Adam is in Cincinnati, Ohio, and approaches Judaism from a Humanistic perspective. Led by Rabbi Robert B. Barr, founding rabbi.

Hampton Synagogue (Orthodox)

The Hampton Synagogue was founded in 1990 by Rabbi Marc Schneier “in the spirit of ahavat yisrael, the love of our people, our faith, and our heritage.” High Holiday services can be viewed on the Jewish Broadcasting Service.

Lab/Shul (Unaffiliated)

Lab/Shul is “an artist-driven, everybody-friendly, God-optional, pop-up experimental community for sacred Jewish gatherings, based in New York City. Led by Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie. High Holiday services will be streamed on their YouTube channel.

Park Avenue Synagogue (Conservative)

This 1,650-family Manhattan congregation’s vision includes practicing “a Judaism filled with love, literacy, reverence, compassion, and joy” and striving “to make our ancient tradition compelling and welcoming to contemporary Jewry and to serve as a light unto our fellow Jews and the nations.” Led by Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove.

Temple Beth Zion (Reform)

Founded in 1850, Temple Beth Zion in Buffalo, NY, is one of the oldest and largest Reform congregations in the nation. They are focused on Jewish values and dedicated to supporting and serving members and the community at large. They will be streaming all High Holiday services on their website.

Temple Emanu-El (Reform)

Founded in 1845, Emanu-El was New York City’s first Reform congregation. Led by Rabbi Joshua Davidson.

Temple Sholom (Reform)

This Cincinnati synagogue says it welcomes “all people: seekers, interfaith families, and those in search of a spiritual home.”

Temple Beth Emeth (Reform)

Temple Beth Emeth, a congregation in Ann Arbor, Michigan, will stream all of their High Holiday services on their website. Led by Rabbi Josh Whinston and Cantor Regina Lambert-Hayut.

Midwest (Central Daylight Time)

Am Shalom (Reform)

Am Shalom, in Glencoe, IL, seeks to “build a sense of community while respecting individual forms of expression and belief.” They will be streaming Rosh Hashanah services from the Temple building.

Congregation Temple Israel (Reform)

Congregation Temple Israel in St. Louis, MO, strives to be a holy community through worship that is participatory, joyful, musical, and inter-generational. All High Holiday services will be streamed live on their website.

Temple Beth-El San Antonio (Reform)

High Holiday services for this historic Texas congregation are broadcast on their website ; Shabbat services are also regularly broadcast and archived on the streaming site. Led by Rabbi Mara Nathan, an associate rabbi and a cantor.

Rocky Mountain (Mountain Time)

The Jackson Hole Jewish Community (Unaffiliated)

The Jackson Hole Jewish Community in Wyoming will stream 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah services.

West Coast (Pacific Daylight Time)

Congregation Beth Israel (Reform)

An historic center of Jewish life in San Diego, Congregation Beth Israel offers “a warm welcome and a nurturing home to all who seek a meaningful and enduring connection to Judaism.” Services led by Rabbi Jason Nevarez, Rabbi Cantor Arlene Bernstein, and Rabbi Jeremy Gimbel. They will be streaming Rosh Hashanah services on their YouTube channel.

Congregation Beth Sholom (Conservative)

This 100 year-old Conservative synagogue in San Francisco, California has created traditional, meditative, musical and family services for the High Holidays. All services will be streamed.

Congregation Shir Chadash (Reform)

Located in Los Gatos, California, Shir Chadash describes itself as “an evolving, vibrant, growing Reform Jewish congregation dedicated to providing a sense of community for its members as well as opportunities for spiritual growth and developing a strong Jewish identity.” It is led by Rabbi Melanie Aron and Cantor Devorah Felder-Levy.

Ikar (Unaffiliated)

Ikar is a vibrant Jewish community in Los Angeles, CA, that seeks to integrate spiritual meaning with social change. Led by Rabbi Sharon Brous. Ikar will stream High Holiday services on their website and on Facebook.

Stephen Wise Temple (Reform)

Located in Los Angeles, CA, Stephen Wise Temple is a community that “makes meaning, and changes the world.” They will be streaming all of their High Holiday services and invite you to participate.

Temple Sinai (Reform)

Temple Sinai in Reno, Nevada will stream all of their High Holiday services. This inclusive community “promotes Jewish practice, culture, and tikkun olam (healing the world). Led by Rabbi Sara Zober and Rabbi Benjamin Zober.