If you missed our Rosh Hashanah 2020 services, want to hear Rabbi Levy’s inspiring sermons again or want to experience the uplifting music of the Nashuva Band again, click below to view the video for the service you’d like to see (or rewatch!):
Erev Rosh Hashanah 2020:
If Facebook doesn’t work for you, click here for our Rosh Hashanah Eve YouTube Livestream
Rosh Hashanah Day 1 2020:
If Facebook doesn’t work for you, click here for our Rosh Hashanah Day One Morning Service YouTube Livestream
If Facebook doesn’t work for you, click here for our Rosh Hashanah Day One Torah Service on YouTube Livestream
Sunday Morning – Day 2 2020
If Facebook doesn’t work for you, click here for Rosh Hashanah Day Two Shofar & Taschlich Service YouTube Livestream
What incredible High Holy Days we have experienced together! So much spirit, so much depth and togetherness and inspiration and light.
And, in the past, our live webcast has reached RECORD NUMBERS– viewers from all around the world! JEWS WHO ARE IN HOSPITAL BEDS, JEWS SEEKING TO RETURN TO JUDAISM. WHAT A MITZVAH!
Would you like to be part of this? We are seeking sponsors for this very special event. This is a great mitzvah with a huge impact for lifting spirits and for reviving souls. Please email us if you’d like to support this amazing outreach service.
The service in Los Angeles, California, has been broadcast live via jewishjournal.com — the largest Jewish news site outside of Israel.
On October 9th, 2019, Rabbi Levy’s uplifting Ne’ilah service was also live-streamed on Nashuva’s facebook page.
Kol Nidre is the evening service – the start of Yom Kippur, or Day of Atonement, the most important holiday of the Jewish year. In accordance with Jewish tradition, most Jews will refrain from work, fast and/or attend synagogue services on this day. This day is, essentially, the opportunity for a final last appeal, your last chance to change the Divine judgment, to demonstrate your repentance and make amends.
Rabbi Levy, a spiritual leader and author, was ordained in the first class of women at Jewish Theological Seminary. She founded Nashuva, the Hebrew word for “We Will Return.” Nashuva is a post-denominational community that meshes spirituality with social action.
Nashuva’s joyful and inspiring services combine charismatic preaching, traditional prayer and meditation, along with a heavy infusion of musical styles, from reggae to klezmer, performed by the Nashuva band.