Virtual Experiences for Synagogues

Please note, this isn’t a comprehensive list of all synagogues that are offering virtual services. We apologize if we left any synagogues off inadvertently. Updates are being made on a daily basis. If you’re interested in adding your Synagogue to this list, please submit it here.


Agudath Israel of Baltimore


B’nai Israel


Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

  • Shabbat Services: Our Shabbat Service on Friday evening is a wonderful way to end the week and welcome Shabbat. All are welcome as we connect with our prayers and ponder a topical or spiritual sermon. Melodies are drawn from tradition, from our Reform Jewish heritage and from contemporary composers.


Beth Am Synagogue

  • Shabbat Morning SIDDUR LEV SHALEM: To view previous broadcasts (archives), and see a schedule of upcoming broadcasts, click anywhere on the player. When we are not live streaming, you will see a screen that reads “Beth Am Synagogue is not broadcasting right now.” You will see two options. One option is to view previous broadcasts (archives). Click that option and you will see clips of previous broadcasts. Click the arrows below the clips to navigate archived broadcasts and select the archived broadcast(s) you are looking for. A second option is to go to the broadcast schedule. If you click on “broadcast schedule,” you will see the dates of upcoming scheduled broadcasts. You also have the option to add the schedule to your personal calendar, and subscribe to receive email notifications about upcoming broadcasts.


Beth El Congregation


Beth Israel Congregation

  • Neve Shalom in the Era of Corona | Wednesday, April 1, 7:00 p.m.: No one is coming with a blank slate to “Stress Management”. But perhaps now, it’ll be even more effective to connect with others to vent your frustrations, AND to PRACTICE TOGETHER with your Jewish Community-VIRTUALLY. Join your Beth Israel Family in this solution-oriented, self-empowering hour to find your Neve Shalom (Oasis of Peace). Facilitated by Sheri Stern, Congregant/Nurse
  • Coffee with Rabbi Goldstein | Thursday, April 2, 10:00 a.m.
  • Financial Q&A | April 2, 7:00 p.m.: Please join us for a Q & A on the Coronavirus Stimulus Bill passed by Congress last week. Congregants David Hecht and Marc Hertzberg will join us to answer your questions about this $2 trillion legislation and what it means for you and your family. David and Marc cannot provide individuals with financial advice, but are happy to answer factual questions about the bill itself. Local community resources will also be discussed.
  • Online Services: Visit this page to watch Shabbat and holiday services and special events streaming live from the David Phillip Gresser Sanctuary.
  • Virtual Lunch and Learn with Rachel Glaser | Exploring the Purpose and Meaning of Jewish Prayer
    Beginning Wednesday, April 1, 12:00 p.m and continuing every Wednesday after Pesach, from April 22 on, as long as we are house-bound. We will not be meeting on Erev Pesach, April 8 nor on Yom Tov April 15.


Beth Shalom Congregation

  • Virtual Beth Shalom: A variety of virtual services, minyanim, programming and classes.
  • Beth Shalom Passover: Ask The Rabbi: April 4, 9:30 a.m. – Bring your Passover questions, about Jewish belief, custom, history and current events for a spirited discussion with Rabbi Grossman. Special treat for students who can“stump the Rabbi”.


Beth Tfiloh Synagogue

  • Virtual Services & Classes: Including daily minchah and maariv services Sundays through Thursdays (and davening and learning on Fridays prior to Shabbat).
  • Pesach: Bring Your Seder Into the 21st Century!


Bolton Street Synagogue


Chabad of Owings Mills


Chevrei Tzedek Congregation

  • Classes, Services and Community Gatherings: Chevrei Tzedek Congregation offers opportunities for gathering, learning and praying together in virtual space. You can also visit the website here.
  • Roots of Prayer Talmud Class: Thursday, April 2 at 8:00 p.m.
    Geared for all Levels of Knowledge and Experience.
  • Pre-Shabbat Gathering: Friday, April 3 at 5:30 p.m.
    Mincha Afternoon Service, Dvar Torah, and Kabbalat Shabbat
  • Community Havdalah: Saturday, April 4 at 8:30 p.m.
    Ma’ariv Evening Service and Havdalah
  • Passover Guide 5780: In light of COVID19, we are preparing for Passover in unprecedented conditions. Chevrei Tzedek and Rabbi Katz are here to help you navigate the changes.


Chizuk Amuno Congregation


Columbia Jewish Congregation


Congregation Shmorei Emunah


Congregation Tiferes Yisroel

  • Virtual Shul: Video minyanim, video shiurim, both with phone-in access for audio, and the shiurim will be recorded for those not in our time zone.


Eldersburg Jewish Congregation


Har Sinai-Oheb Shalom Congregation


Hinenu: The Baltimore Justice Shtiebl

  • Online Services: All are welcome to join Hinenu for daily morning practice. Some days will be a traditional Shacharit liturgy, some will be guided meditations, some will be chanting.


Institute for Jewish Continuity


Kol HaLev

  • Virtual Candle Lighting: Kol HaLev Synagogue encourages its members and others to enrich their religious observance by listening to Cantor George Henschel with “Shabbat Unplugged.”


Ner Tamid


Ohel Moshe


Pikesville Jewish Congregation


Suburban Orthodox Congregation – Toras Chaim


Temple Adas Shalom: The Harford Jewish Center


Temple Beth Shalom

  • Online Services: A Variety of services, lectures and programs via Zoom, including a “Teddy Bear Shabbat” and Havdalah with Rabbi Ari Goldstein


Temple Isaiah


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