Livestream and Zoom

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All ICCJ online services and events will be accessible on this page.


  • Currently, most ICCJ prayer services are held in-person in our sanctuary. All sanctuary services are livestreamed for the benefit of those physically unable to attend. Many classes and other events are livestreamed as well. Click the arrow on the embedded player below to start streaming. (Zoom instructions appear below the livestream viewer.)

See below to read Rabbi Hillel’s suggestions for participating in our services in a meaningful, spiritual way, in compliance with Shabbat and holidays.

Click once on the video player and press F to make it full-screen.
Pressing F again will return it to its original small size.


Zoom Services

Meeting ID: 988 1128 4776

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For dial-in phone access ONLY:


+1 929 205 6099

Meeting ID: 988 1128 4776

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Please note that when in-person services are being held in the sanctuary, the Zoom link is NOT active. Instead, use the livestream, above.
Rabbi Hillel’s suggestions for online service participation using our livestream:

While you can access this page and join services at any time, our broadcasts are designed to be halakha-compliant, allowing you to start the stream before candle-lighting time and leave it going automatically until the end of Shabbat and holidays.

We recommend that you set aside a comfortable room in your house for use as your home-synagogue. To create the ambience, set up that room with comfortable dining room style chairs (avoid sofas), your Siddur, Ḥumash and talit, a computer with a large screen and decent speakers (or a large-screen TV that can access the Internet). Perhaps decorate the room with nice Judaica. During Shabbat, try to use that room only for prayer, Torah study, and deep discussions about life and the nature of human existence.

Steps for using our live stream in a halakha-compliant manner on computer: We recommend that you do all of the following well before Candle-lighting time:

  1. Adjust computer volume to a comfortable level. Test it by playing any random video or sound file.
  2. Disable your screen saver.
  3. If you are not already here, navigate to this page ( (CTRL-D will add it to your Bookmarks/Favorites, for future use.)
  4. Click once on the video player, and then press F to make the video full-screen.
  5. That’s it! The video screen will now remain on. When the service begins, it will automatically appear. Before and after the service, the video will show an empty sanctuary.

When participating in our services, get dressed up as if you were physically coming to Shul! Don’t do services in your pajamas! Sit with your Siddur in your lap and follow the service, page by page. Stand and sit when appropriate. Read along, and sing along!

If you need to leave the room or take a break, leave the video running anyway, do not pause it. (We will not see you.) Rewind & Fast Forward do not work on these videos.

At certain points of the service you may need to bow. Identify which way is East in your home and bow in that direction, not towards your screen.

We remind you that the livestream is meant to be used on an emergency basis, as a last resort. We hope to see you attend in-person!

Rabbi Hillel Lavery-Yisraëli