During the High Holy Days of 2018/5779, Temple Isaiah began streaming most worship services on Shabbat and holidays, as well as other special events. You can access the livestream or watch an archive here on the webpage, or directly on our StreamSpot account. Some services are also visible through a direct Facebook Live video on our congregational Facebook Page.

Click on the StreamSpot logo to start the player. If there is currently a Service or event streaming, it will begin automatically. If there isn’t, you’ll see an icon to view Previous Broadcasts. Click that, and scroll to find the Broadcast you wish to view. 

Our typical Shabbat worship schedule includes Friday night services at 8pm and the Fourth Friday Family Services at 7pm. On Saturday mornings when there is a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or our “Shabbat & Schmooze” services, worship begins at 10am. On other Shabbatot when there is neither, our “Lobby Minyan” meets at approximately 10:15am (following Torah Study at 9am), but will not be streamed as it is not held in our sanctuary. Always consult our Calendar to confirm worship times for any given week.

If you are a member of Temple Isaiah and are unable to physically be here at the synagogue and would like to borrow a copy of our siddur, Mishkah Tefilah, please contact our synagogue office at 301.317.1101. Those wishing to purchase the siddur may do so through

We encourage our members and friends to worship along with us through this live stream; it’s the next best thing to being in our Sanctuary. If you experience difficulty with the stream or have questions for us, please do not hesitate to call 301.317.1101 or email us using our Contact Form and choose “General Questions” from the dropdown menu.

If you would like to help support our ongoing commitment to making our livestream services available and free, consider donating to Temple Isaiah, which you can do here.

All content on our livestream and archives is the property of Temple Isaiah; where applicable, all musical selections are reported for appropriate compensation of the composers through JLicense.