The BA Shul Cast - Live Streaming & Archived Videos

With the support of several generous donors, our Shul is now streaming special programs, classes, and Services from the Main Sanctuary, the Guller Chapel and the Mendelson Library. If you are sick, out of town, or just unable to join us at Shul, with a simple click of a button you can now participate in “real time” in the life of our Kehillah. In addition to Shabbat Morning Services, we are able to stream other Services, classes and events in the Sanctuary, Chapel and Library as well as archive videos for future use. Heartfelt thanks to our generous donors for supporting Congregation B'nai Amoona’s mission of “Connecting Jews and Judaism”.

A Message from our Rabbi Bernard Lipnick Senior Rabbinic Chair

Shalom Chaverim! Thank you for visiting our Shul Cast Streaming page. We are delighted to be able to make live streaming and archived videos of our services, classes, programs and lectures available to you. We know that there are many people watching our streaming around the world, though we do not know who you are. If you would like to drop us a note letting us know where you are, how you found our stream and your thoughts regarding what you view, we would be honored to hear from you! You can reach me at:  I look forward to hearing from you!

In warm friendship,
Rabbi Carnie Shalom Rose



Our Shul Cast Live Streaming button allows you to view our Services in Real-Time and the On-Demand button will bring up the archives.  We appreciate your patience as we work out any potential kinks in this process.  If you have any questions, please contact Vickie Shuchart at 314-576-9990 x222.

Main Sanctuary Streaming


Guller Chapel Streaming

 Mendelson Library Streaming

To view our live broadcast, click on the frame above. Broadcasting will begin a few minutes prior to the start of the scheduled event. You may join and watch at any point during the live broadcast.

To view past recordings click on the middle of the video player and then scroll to select "Previous Broadcasts".