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Shabbat Evening Service featuring Lapidus & Myles

Friday February 10, 2023 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Hybrid – Temple

Rabbi Lapidus playing guitar next to Myles as they sit outdoors on a bridge
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This weekend, we are excited to welcome the duo of Lapidus & Myles to join us, showcasing their goal of strengthening the longstanding ties between the Black and Jewish communities. Their music and message is infused with a spirit of love, respect, peace, and justice, and is a model for all people of conscience who understand that we are better together,

Lapidus & Myles is a collaboration between two faith-based musicians in Atlanta. Micah Lapidus is a reform rabbi and composer-in-residence at The Temple. Melvin Myles is a highly regarded soloist with the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church Choir, former pulpit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. You can listen to their first album of original music, Better Angels, under the artist name “Melvin Myles” wherever you stream music.

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6:00 pm: Snack, Sip, and Schmooze (S3)

  • SNACK — Hot appetizers, cheese, crackers, and fruit! Perfect for families looking to feed their kids before the service. Gluten-free and vegan options will be available.
  • SIP — Beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks will be available.
  • SCHMOOZE — This half-hour is a great time to connect with the people around you! And kids will also be engaged with giant Connect 4 and Jenga, cornhole games, a coloring table, and other arts & crafts activities.

This week’s menu:

  • Tomato Basil Soup – Vegetarian and Gluten-Free
  • Mini Chicken Piccata
  • Mini Grilled Cheese Sandwiches – Vegetarian
  • Mini Quinoa Cakes – Vegan and Gluten-Free

6:30 pm: Shabbat service*

7:30 pm: Oneg Shabbat

*This service will also be available via livestreamDue to copyright law and content licensing agreements, as of January 1, 2023, the CCAR will no longer provide complimentary access to the online version of Mishkan T’filah, our Shabbat prayer book. If you would like to purchase a print edition or an e-book, please click here.

The health and safety of our community continues to be WHC’s top priority. To learn more about WHC’s COVID-19 protocols please click here.

This week’s oneg Shabbat and bimah flowers are supported by:

  • Carola Mandelbaum and Roee Raz in honor of the bat mitzvah of their daughter Amalia Mandelbaum Raz.
  • Matthew and Jaime Swanson in honor of the bat mitzvah of their daughter Marissa.



Friday, February 10


6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


Hybrid – Temple


Interfaith, Jews of Color, Music, Shabbat, Worship Service