Join us each Saturday at 3:00 for our Bible Studies and at 4:00 for our Sabbath Service. Our full calendar can be found below.
Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah) with Misha Goetz
Sept. 9, 2018 at Mercy Collective
Join us on Sunday, Sept. 9, for a special night of praise and worship with special guest Misha Goetz!
Beginning at 5:30p.m. we will have an outdoor food cart and fellowship under the awning. At 6 p.m. doors will open and the concert will begin at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free, and a love offering will be collected to support Misha's ministry.
“As a Messianic Jew, my dream is to unite Christian and Jew in worship of the Holy One of Israel,” says Misha. Above all, Misha’s desire is that her music would penetrate to the heart and usher people into the presence of the Adonai. Her heart is to see a generation touched and transformed through surrender in worship.
Her first full-length album, Weight of Glory, was released summer 2013 to critical acclaim. She is currently working on a live filmed concert she recently produced and recorded with her father, Marty Goetz, from Jerusalem.
Tuesday. Sept. 18, at 7 p.m., hosted by Kol Dodi (at The Gate Church) in Franklin:
3835 Carothers Parkway, Franklin, Tennessee
Feast of Tabernacles
Saturday, Sept. 22
To kick start our Tabernacles season, we're hosting a congregational celebration on a private farm in Franklin. This event will take the place of our regularly scheduled Sabbath service.
Sunday, Sept. 23 — Friday, Sept. 29
Each night during the Feast of Tabernacles, members of our congregation will be hosting community gatherings throughout Middle Tennessee. A schedule of nightly events will be shared during our regular Sabbath services.
For more information about our Tabernacles plans, contact us.
Second Sabbath Service
Every month, on the second Sabbath (Saturday) of each month, we're focusing our services on building relationships within the congregation. In addition to our regular worship and study, we host special, intimate talks from members within the congregation. We also conclude our Second Sabbath services with a shared potluck. Please bring a Biblically clean ("kosher") dish to share.