Kol Dodi, Hebrew for "voice of my beloved," is taken from Shir ha-Shirim
(Song of Songs\Song of Solomon) 2:8.
We are a messianic congregation in the Nashville area, a home for Jewish believers to become grounded and grow in their faith in Yeshua (Jesus), for non-Jewish believers to recapture the roots of their faith, and for inter-faith families to raise their children with a Biblical Jewish heritage. Kol Dodi welcomes you!
There's nothing more exciting (and challenging) than for a Jew to find Yeshua! Each of us has our own extraordinary story, how God in His love and faithfulness revealed the truth to us. Do you have a story? Come share it with us. Is yours incomplete? Perhaps we can help you find some answers.
With the goal of shaping talmidim (students, followers) of Yeshua who can impact the world with God's love and power, our vision extends nationally and internationally, far beyond our congregational borders.
Join us for one of our Saturday morning services or holiday observance celebrations. Enjoy worship in a contemporary and traditional Messianic style a Jewish-Christian atmosphere, with relevant Biblical teaching from the Hebrew Scriptures.
The blessings of Yeshua the Messiah be with you,
Kol Dodi Meeting Location
1710 Woodmont Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37215
Services every Shabbat (Saturday) at 11 am.
A nursery for children (birth to 4 years)
is available for both adult education classes and Shabbat service.
Shabbat School (Bible Study)
for children (ages 4-12)
is available during service.
More info call:
615 973 6933
New Weekly Bible Study
Tuesdays, 6:30 pm-7:30pm
led by Rabbi Ken Alpren
at Kol Dodi
Israeli Dance Class for Adults is the second and fourth Shabbat of each month 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dance class for Club Maccabee:
first Shabbat (during Shabbat School time)
Kol Dodi Institute (see tab for details)
August 26-September 16: Tuesdays
August 30: Shabbat morning
Shabbat School (Children dismissed after Children's Blessing)
Torah Tots: ages 4-7
Club Maccabee: ages 8-12
July 28-30 Yeladim Sababa
(Vacation Bible School)
5:30-7:30 pm nightly
Picnic & Believers' Mikveh
Edwin Warner Park http://tinyurl.com/mc2ryse We will meet at 3 pm at the "beach" Harpeth River location at Edwin Warner Park near picnic shelter #5 for a Believers' Mikveh. Please bring a lawn chair and picnic dinner if you plan to stay after the Mikveh. If you are interested in receiving the Believer's Mikveh, please contact Rabbi Ken.
Dr. Amy Jill Levine
7:00-8:00 pm @ Kol Dodi
University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies
Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
7:00 pm Brentwood Library
Yom Kippur Service
6:00 pm at Kol Dodi
6:00 pm at Kol Dodi (bring food)
Music & Film (Ushpizin!) Outdoors
6:00 pm at Kol Dodi
GROWING as a spiritual family in the knowledge & love of God through His Word and faith in Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah
BRINGING new life in Yeshua to the House of Israel and to all Nations
(I Peter 2:5, 9; Phil. 3:10; Rom. 1:16)