“This is what our religions expect from us. We believe that the religious community can be a part of the solution.”
“Nashville’s image is more about bacon and biscuits than bagels and brisket.”
Nashville-area synagogues will increase security for Yom Kippur services in the wake of a shooting at a local church that killed one worshipper.
— Growing up in a small town in Georgia, Harriet Shirley may have had more exposure to Jews and anti-Semitism than the rest of her fellow Christians. She had Jewish acquaintances, read Holocaust nonfiction as a teen and later visited concentration camps on a trip to Europe. But she was still dumbfounded when the…
It was a Friday night in mid-August, and about a dozen Jews, most under 30, congregated around a coffee table in Nashville.
A Nashville synagogue has offered its facility as a venue for a Planned Parenthood event in the wake of a city JCC backing out of an agreement to host.
The Gordon Jewish Community Center in Nashville, Tennessee, canceled a rental agreement allowing the local Planned Parenthood chapter to hold a fundraiser on its property.
A conservative Jewish mayoral candidate from Nashville defended a campaign ad that accused his Catholic-raised liberal rival of fighting with Christian organizations and opposing public prayer.
In this inaugural edition of the Forward’s HomeLands feature, we hear from Rabbi Aaron Finkelstein, 31, and his wife, Julie Sugar, 30, at their home in Nashville, Tennessee.
No one was injured when shots were fired outside a Nashville synagogue.