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,
Purim March 15th
Join us for our annual Purim Celebration on March 15 during and after our 11:00 am service!
Reading of the Megillah (Make Noise!)
Children's Parade of Costumes
Covered Dish Oneg (lunch) after service
LOTS of yummy Hamentashen!
Oded & Bimini Cohen,
From Jews for Jesus, will speak during the Shabbat Service
Bagel Oneg after service
Purim Celebration Service Oneg (covered dish ) to follow
At 6:00 pm, The Hermitage Hotel
Dr. Michael Brown
President & Founder of FIRE School of Ministry in Concord, NC
Children's Zoo Trip
National Day of Prayer
Journey to Israel 2014 by Kol Dodi
13 Days: Depart May 5 Return May 17
Pre-Registration Form available on the welcome table at Kol Dodi.
Dr. Amy Jill Levine,
At 6:30 pm, Kol Dodi, She is the University Professor of New Testament Studies at Vanderbilt University.