Mizpah Congregation

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a Reform Jewish Congregation located in Chattanooga, TN

A welcoming and progressive Reform Jewish Congregation in Chattanooga

At Mizpah, our mission is clear: "We are a welcoming and inclusive congregation, offering worship, learning, social action, and social programming that enhances the lives of our members, helping us as we make choices of our lives that we might better ourselves and our world by our actions."

These are exciting times at Mizpah! We hope you'll explore our site and are looking forward to seeing you at the Temple soon.



923 McCallie Ave.
Chattanooga, TN 37403


(423) 267-9771



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  • Author Deborah Levine has published her 13th title. The Magic Marble Tree: A Writer’s Journey is in part the story of growing up in Bermuda amid one of the only Jewish families living there. Deborah will be available to sign copies of her book on Wednesday, November 28 from 2-4pm at the Hamilton Place Mall Barnes and Noble bookstore.

  • Mark your calendars now for January 13, 2019 at 3:00 when once again, our beautiful and acoustically grand sanctuary will be the site of another spectacular Music at Mizpah event, featuring the Emily Nelson Trio from Nashville in a program of classical and popular music, highlighted by the premiere performance of pianist David Rodgers’ original composition honoring Mizpah Congregation. Ticket Information Here and below:

    Concert ticket donations may be completed online. See the top of this homepage under Giving. Select the Pay Online option and follow the easy step by step instructions to donate.

    When making an on-line payment, after entering the amount, also select the "Add special instructions to the seller" link. This is where the purpose of payment can be described and may be entered as Emily Nelson tickets.

  • Friday evening worship services are streamed live. To watch, go to our “Worship” Tab, and click “Mizpah Live”! Please note that Shabbat morning services are held in Feinstein Chapel and are NOT LiveStreamed.

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