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Side By Side: Musical Shabbat: Spirit & Soul - featuring the ensemble Hello, Goodbye & Peace

Side By Side: Musical Shabbat: Spirit & Soul - featuring the ensemble Hello, Goodbye & Peace
Aug 26 2022 | 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Side By Side: Musical Shabbat: Spirit & Soul - featuring the ensemble Hello, Goodbye & Peace

SIDE BY SIDE

FRIDAY, AUGUST 26


Musical Shabbat: Spirit & Soul - featuring the ensemble Hello, Goodbye & Peace
A combination of Southern preaching and Judaism, side by side, connected by great music.

 

The Margaret Mitchell House
Doors @7PM - Shabbat @7:30PM
Get tickets here.

 

 

Come celebrate Shabbat with Neranenah. We'll gather to relax and unwind as we enjoy a unique and truly "Atlanta" musical experience with The Hello, Goodbye, & Peace Ensemble. Led by Rabbi Micah Lapidus, the ensemble performs completely original music and features a diverse array of incredibly talented musicians. The musical stylings will range from beautiful versions of Shabbat prayers to blues and jazz infused "secular" songs with themes pulled from Jewish tradition with a strong focus on social justice and living life with joy and purpose.

Come with spirit, leave with soul.

 

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