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Schedule of Services and Programs

Washington Hebrew Congregation live streams Shabbat services on Friday evenings. Services begin at 6:00 pm ET, unless otherwise noted in the calendar. High Holy Day services and select programs and events throughout the year are also live streamed. Please refer to the WHC calendar for more details.

Other Ways to Join Us Live

Dial 202-895-6333 to reach our "listen in" line and experience our services from anywhere in the country or around the world via your telephone.

Follow Along in the Siddur

If you would like to follow along in the prayer book while joining us remotely, download Mishkan T'filah for Amazon Kindle. This siddur is used by WHC for most Shabbats.

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Special Thanks

Live streaming at WHC is made possible through the generous support of the Pat and Larry Mann Streaming Initiative and the Samuel Burtoff, MD Streaming Support Fund.

If you would like to make a contribution to help WHC provide ongoing services like live streaming, please click here.

What Are People Saying?

From a family unable to attend services due to illness:

"...we did not miss a thing. We were able to stream the complete service. It was so beautiful and everything came through very clearly. It was almost as if we were sitting right in the front row of the Temple!”

"I am also grateful for this program for giving me a way to attend services when I am not physically well enough to participate in person. My father passed away last July, and I am trying to attend as many services as I can to say Kaddish with the Congregation during this year. I am looking forward to the technology being fully operational and available each week, so that I can say Kaddish with a [minyan] once a week (the rest of the time I am doing it on my own), even when I cannot physically join the service." 

From a family with a loved one in the hospital:

“One of her big disappointments was to miss hearing the Kol Nidre at her service. So when she was settled in her room, my husband set up his computer, and we all watched your beautiful Kol Nidre at Washington Hebrew Congregation! It meant so much to all of us.”

“What an INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE [streaming a Bar Mitzvah service]! Many thanks to the WHC staff!!”

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