Heska Amuna Synagogue has served the Jewish community of Knoxville, Tennessee for over 100 years. We balance respect for tradition with openness to new ideas and practices.

Our congregation comes together as a family in the warmth of Shabbes, the spirituality of Jewish holy days, and the sharing of life’s important passages.

We are small enough to be personal, but large enough to meet the many needs of a diverse membership. We emphasize education and pride ourselves on the skills of our adult lay leadership and on the accomplishments of our youth.

We welcome all who want to be a part of our family.

Vote on Board slate and other important issues
The Annual Report will be sent to members electronically on June 16
Hard copies will be available upon request 865-522-0701

Meeting ID: 995 130 0970;  Passcode: 3811

Heska Amuna Reopening Update The committee of Frank Floyd, Martha Iroff, Marty Iroff, Marilyn Burnett, Markus Eisenbach, and Beverly Wilcox have now formulated a plan for reopening the shul. Details:

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all services and programming are virtual. However, we are connecting DAILY with our community for services, adult classes and talks, podcasts, meditations, sermons, and live chats. People without internet can listen by phone. Click *here* for our schedule of services and classes. (Please contact our office at 865-522-0701 or  info@heskaamuna.org for details.)

Ongoing Services and Classes

  • Mondays 4:00 pm – Minyan and Torah Chat
  • Tuesdays 8:00 pm – Minyan
  • Wednesdays 6:30 pm – Minyan
  • Wednesdays 7:00 pm – Daf Yomi Talmud Study
  • Thursdays 3:00 pm – Minyan and Talmud Chat
  • Fridays Noon – Mindfulness Practice
  • Fridays 6:30 pm – Kabbalat Shabbat Service
  • Saturdays 10:00 am – Shabbat Morning Service
  • Saturdays 11:45 am – Torah Study

  • Heska Amuna Synagogue is a sacred home,
    animated by Jewish tradition:
  • • Finding purpose through reflection (Cheshbon HaNefesh);
  • • Healing lives through service (Chesed); and
  • • Celebrating God with awe and joy (Yirat Shamayim).