During the High Holidays, The doors to heaven are open to all… so are ours!


Join us for traditional High Holiday Services blended with contemporary messages and insights in a warm and welcoming environment.

Hebrew – English Prayer Books Provided.  Inspiring services, good humor, enjoyable company. 

Whether your background in Jewish prayer and practice is extensive or limited, the services will leave you feeling enriched, connected, uplifted and energized to start your new year off in a most meaningful way.

For children! We offer a full program of well supervised activities for children ages: 4-12 years. Children get to experience the joy of holidays in their own special way-in their own designated room, close to their parents.

Kids love this program and learn a lot in the process, ensuring that Chabad High Holidays will be a meaningful and enjoyable experience for the entire family.

Due to Covid-19 and Social Distancing Requirements a limited number of seats are available. Chabad does not charge for High Holiday Tickets; however advance registration is required at chabadnashville.com

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No membership, tickets or payment is required. Donations are warmly appreciated.

Rosh Hashanah
Friday, September 18
Candle Lighting and Service to welcome the New Year 6:30 pm
Shabbat, September 19
Morning Services 10:30 am
Children's Program 11:00 am
Rabbi's Sermon 11:30 am
Musaf Service 12:15 pm
Light Candles after 7:26 pm
Sunday, September 20
Morning Services 10:30 am
Children's Program 11:00 am
Rabbi's Sermon and Shofar Sounding 12:00 pm
Musaf Service 12:30 pm
Shofar in the Park and Tashlich 5:30 pm
Holiday Ends 7:24 pm
Yom Kippur
Sunday, September 27
Light Yom Kippur Candles & Kol Nidrei Service 6:15 pm
Monday, September 28
Morning Service 10:30 am
Children's Program 11:30 am
Rabbi's Sermon and Yizkor Memorial Service 12:15 pm
Mussaf Service 12:45 pm
Mincha Service 5:00 pm
Ne'ilah Closing Service 6:00 pm
Havdalah Service 7:13 pm