You never need a ticket to attend holiday services at Kol Mashiach!  All services are FREE and open to the public – Jewish and non-Jewish – who want to celebrate with us.  Our services, as always, are conducted in Hebrew and English.  All Hebrew is transliterated so you can follow along.  The translation is spoken in English as well.  We want you to fully know and understand the meaning of each part of the service.  You will find a wonderful blend of traditional observance and modern worship as we continue thousands of years of tradition into the 21st century! 

Rosh Hashanah

Join us as we begin the fall holidays with a celebration of the beginning of the Jewish New Year – the start of the civil calendar – the New Year for Kings!  We will celebrate together and worship the King of Kings, Melech HaOlam!  We’ll supply the apples and honey and you bring desssert for oneg after our Erev Rosh Hashanah service. After our morning service, we will celebrate Tashlich at Pineapple Park by the Eau Gallie Public Library.  Bring a picnic lunch and a change of clothes to enjoy the afternoon together.

Yom Kippur

We will close out the Yomim Nora’im – the Ten Days of Awe – with our observance of Yom Kippur.   As we fast together, we will have Afternoon Kavannah – teachings that help us focus on the themes of Yom Kippur.  We will have times of worship and prayer for family, friends, and the nation of Israel who do not yet know their Messiah – the One who has already provided eternal life for them. You can see our Afternoon Kavanah schedule here.  There will be no oneg at either service.  At the end of our fast, we will come together to break the fast with a wonderful pot luck supper.


Help us put up our congregational sukkah on Sunday, Oct 6 and stay for pizza afterwards!  It’s a great time to bring the kids to help build and decorate the sukkah!  If you have palm branches that you need to clear off your property, you can bring them for us to use as our sukkah roof.  We invite you to bring an international dish to share for dinner before our Erev Sukkot service.  Lulav and etrog sets can be pre-ordered in our Judaica shop from Sept 5 through Oct 5.  Email for more information.

Simchat Torah

The fall holidays come to a close with the joyous holiday of Simchat Torah!  Come early for pizza dinner and stay for the fun!  We come together to complete the annual Torah reading cycle and roll the Torah back to the beginning to start all over again.  This is a wonderful opportunity to see the Torah scroll up close.  Be ready to march around the synagogue following the Torah – reminiscent of the children of Israel following the pillar of cloud and fire in the wilderness.  We rejoice in the Word made flesh – Yeshua – who came to dwell with us at Sukkot and brought the Word to life in human form.
Suggested Donations: canned fruits & vegetables,  chunky soup & canned pastas,  tuna & other canned meat,  peanut butter & jelly,  pop tarts & cereal bars,   boxes of instant oatmeal packets, toothpaste, deodorant, toothbrushes, disposable razors,  toilet paper, feminine hygiene products   (Please make sure that donated items do not contain pork or shellfish.)

Isaiah 58 Food Drive

As we enter this time of reflection, fasting, and celebration, we must always be mindful of what God has directed us to do – remember those who are less fortunate. As we choose to abstain from food on Yom Kippur, there are many who go hungry because they have nothing. Please take the time to collect items for donation and drop them in the collection box in the foyer before any service.  All donations will go to the Jewish Federation of Brevard Food Pantry and can be brought to any service between Sept 28 and Oct 12.