BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We hear the grumblings all the time. You pay hundreds — even thousands — of dollars each year to belong to one of Boca Raton's largest reform congregations, only to be relegated to an auditorium at Florida Atlantic University for High Holiday Services.
Fortunately, your Jewish friends at BocaNewsNow.com have you covered. If you're going to pray in a completely impersonal, non-religious building, why not just do it from home? You can say L'Shana Tova in your pajamas, and you won't even have to brush your hair.
There's an 8:15 service tonight and a 10:30 service tomorrow morning — for free — which you can view by cilcking here. This is courtesy of “OurJewishCommunity.org.”
In a New York State Of Mind? New York City's Central Synogauge offers live streaming of all of its services. Just click here for times.
Temple Shalom in Cincinatti will stream its service tonight. Click here, then look for the camera in the middle of the page. With the time zone change, services start at 9p tonight and 11a Monday.
Rather celebrate by iPhone? There are apps for that, including iShofar. Search “Rosh Hashana” in the iTunes App store.
However you celebrate, enjoy a happy and healthy New Year.
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