Join us for “Music for People of Conscience” with artists-in-residence Rabbi Micah Lapidus and Melvin Myles. Music and faith can transcend bigotry and bias; come see how!
A malaveh malka is the joyous, soulful, musical, singing experience that escorts us out of Shabbat. Join our clergy and artists-in-residence for a drink, a bite, and beautiful music, stories, and memories.
- 7 p.m.: Reception with drinks and light snacks
- 7:30 p.m.: Concert and Havdalah
We will close with an onsite Havdalah after the concert.
Contact Miriam Spectre at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Micah Lapidus is the director of Jewish and Hebrew studies at Atlanta’s Davis Academy, where he is committed to helping The Davis Academy continue to envision creative, lively, and joy-filled ways of integrating Judaism into the lives of students and their families. Additionally, he has served on the board of trustees of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and PARDeS: The Progressive Association of Reform Day Schools. He is also a songwriter and composer with four published albums of original Jewish music.
Melvin Kindall Myles is a Mississippi native, born and raised in the Delta area of Clarksdale, Mississippi, known as the birthplace of the blues. He is a soulful Christian and jazz vocalist based in Atlanta where he regularly serves in the Worship and Arts Ministry of the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Rabbi Micah Lapidus and Melvin Myles will also be leading our Qabbalat Shabbat service on Nov. 11.+ More... - Less...
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