Tech Solutions for a Better High Holiday Experience at Home

Enhancing Your Viewing Experience – September 8,2020

Most of you will be participating in our High Holiday services from home on devices like iPhones, iPads, Androids, and laptops. We recommend that you connect your device to your large screen TV for the best possible experience. Here’s how to do it:
Method 1
Get an adapter that connects your device to HDMI. These are readily available on Amazon for about $20 or less. This is the most surefire, cheapest, low-tech way to get the job done. Just google “(type of your device) adapter TV.”  Here’s a video on how to do it, once you have the HDMI cable and the appropriate adapter cable for your device.  
Method 2
Use a device like an Apple TV, a Chromecast, or an Amazon Fire Stick to connect wirelessly. Chromecast and Amazon Fire cost between $30 and $50. Apple TV is more expensive, about $150.  Here is a video that covers these steps as well as the first one listed.  
Detailed information about how to access our live-streaming services will be available soon.  Stay tuned!
If you or someone you know will not have internet access during the High Holidays to participate in services, please contact Rabbi Bodney-Halasz at  We will work to find a solution for everyone.  Wishing you all a joyous new year.
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