Shalom TV to live cast high holiday services

August 21, 2013 05:06


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Shalom TV, a Jewish American cable channel, will be broadcasting high holiday services from Central Synagogue in New York City, “one of America's leading Reform synagogues,” the channel announced on Monday.

The Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur services will be streamed as “for many Jews, attending a High Holiday service in person is impossible,” the network explained.

Shalom TV President Rabbi Mark S. Golub will also be leading an egalitarian televised service for subscribers of the network’s Shalom TV On Demand.

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