Weekly Torah and Prophets Reading

Weekly Torah and Prophets Reading

Chayei Sarah – November 26 – 25 Heshvan

  This Shabbat's weekly Torah portion Chayei Sarah (The Life of Sarah), Genesis 23:1 - 25:18, opens with the death...
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Vayera – November 19 – 18 Heshvan

This Shabbat's weekly Torah portion Vayera, Genesis 18:1 - 22:24, continues the stories of Abraham, starting with his visit from...
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Lech Lecha – November 12 – 11 Heshvan

  This Shabbat's weekly Torah portion Lech Lecha, Genesis 12:1 - 17:27, introduces Abraham, promises blessing to non-Jews who support...
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Noah – November 5 – 4 Heshvan

This week we read Noah (the "h" should be pronounced more gutturally, like you are clearing your throat), Genesis 6:9 –...
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Breshit – October 29 – 27 Tishrei

This week we read Breshit (In the beginning of), Genesis 1:1 – 6:8. This is a festive reading, as we...
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Shabbat of Sukkot Torah Reading

On Holidays, the regular weekly Torah reading is preempted by the special Holiday reading. The Sukkot reading for Shabbat is Exodus...
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Haazinu – October 15 – 13 Tishrei

This week we read Ha'azinu (Listen!), Deuteronomy 32:1 - 32:52. As introduced in last week's reading, Moses concludes his messages from...
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Yom Kippur – The Day of Atonement

Judaism has a whole bunch of holidays, most from the Bible going back thousands of years. Yom Kippur, literally the...
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Vayelech – October 8 – 6 Tishrei

This week we read Vayelech (And He Went), Deuteronomy 31:1 - 31:30. This is the weekly portion with the fewest verses,...
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Nitzavim – October 1 – 28 Elul

This week we read Nitzavim (Standing), Deuteronomy 29:9 - 30:20, which mostly revisits Moses' and God's exhortation to the people to keep the commandments....
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