Community Connections

Below you will find information about:



Kosher Food in Nashville


Many grocery stores carry kosher meats (ex: Empire).  Kosher wine is available at local wine retailers.  In addition, there are two other companies that serve Nashville and three caterers.  Nashville has one kosher restaurant located at Vanderbilt University.

Grin's Vegetarian Café
at Vanderbilt University
(615) 322-8571
Shepard Catering (615) 305-9438 Goldie Shepard
Sova Catering (615) 423-3721 Kevin Alexandroni
Bobbie Limor Catering (615) 356-4045 Bobbie Limor
Griller's Pride
Thyme Cafe
Woodlands Cafe


 Grocery Stores

  • Publix
  • Wal-Mart
  • Kroger
  • Harris Teeter
  • Trader Joe's
  • Whole Foods


 If you have any questions please contact us.



Nashville Gordon Jewish Community Center


The Gordon Jewish Community Center provides recreational, educational, social and cultural programs and services to over 1,700 member families in the greater Nashville area.  Its purpose has changed little in its one hundred years: to enrich lives and strengthen the community.   

The GJCC’s facilities include an Olympic size outdoor pool, a 25-meter indoor pool, weight rooms, tennis, raquetball and basketball courts, art galleries, programs for children and adults of all ages and much, much more.  Membership is open to the entire community.  For more information, contact

To view the GJCC's website, visit



Camp Ramah Darom


Camp Ramah is the ultimate summer experience!  Nowhere else would you have the opportunity to do so many things in the same summer.  Arts, Sports, Swimming, Blobbing, Radio, Hiking, Climbing, Hebrew, Boating, Video, Music, Drama…and much, much more.

Ramah Darom (Ramah of the South) is located in the North Georgia Mountains, just two hours north of Atlanta.  Nestled on 122 beautiful acres of Appalachian Valley; crystal-clear mountain brooks feed our picturesque lake, and an inspiring 100-foot waterfall caps the view.  The site is further enhanced by more than 10,000 acres of wilderness and hiking trails in the adjacent Chattahoochee National Forest.

Founded in 1997, Ramah Darom is the newest overnight camp in the national Ramah system.  Each camp forms a micro-society fostering social, intellectual, and religious growth.  Along with athletics and the arts, campers and staff receive meaningful Jewish education in a context that promotes an enduring sense of belonging, friendship, and joy.

Ramah Darom draws campers from 11 southern states: Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and eastern Texas.

For more information, visit