Its historical purpose was to allow those who for special reason where not able to bring the Passover sacrifice on the correct date to have a second opportunity to do so.
II Samuel 22:1 - 22:51. Click the name of the portion to view Rabbi Shefa’s midrash and suggested practices from Torah Journeys. Torah Portion for April 11, 2020 (17 Nisan 5780) sst1924 / Uncategorized / This week we review the story of Passover and the parasha for Shabbat is Chol HaMo-eid Pesach, found in Exodus 30:11-34:35. September 26, 2020. 4 November, 2018 The Torah Reading cycle is suspended for the holiday week of Unleavened Bread (called "Passover Week" in the Jewish tradition), with each day of the week (from Nisan 15 through Nisan 22) assigned additional readings from the Torah and Haftarah.. Because the Jewish calendar is solar-lunar, the dates for each day's readings are not fixed, but vary from year to year.
The celebration is mentioned in the Torah (Num. (Luke 4:16)Pesach Shabbat Exodus 33:12-34:26 Numbers 28:19-25 Ezekiel 37:1-14 John 11:38-57 Parashat Ha’Azinu. series of Messianic Devotion CommentariesAnd as was His custom, He entered the Synagogue on the Sabbath, and stood up to read. The Hanukkah Menorah and Hanukkah BlessingsIn the Sephardic tradition, recital of Selichot in preparation for the High Holidays begins on the second day of the Hebrew month of Elul.Pesach Sheini is a special celebration of Passover which is celebrated exactly one month after Passover.
These tables indicate the traditional Diaspora date for each portion. Verse numbering generally follows the Hebrew tradition, and where modern Christian traditions differ those verse numbers are shown in parentheses (). Torah Portion readings and the associated Haftarah readings generally follow the Stone Edition Chumash and/or the Complete Jewish Bible. Each weekly Torah portion takes its name from the … The practice of adding a haftarah reading to the Torah portion is ancient and has obscure origins. Search for your TORAH PORTION (PARSHA) by DATE Find your Torah Portion by date for 2019 and the next 2 years. Sep. 13, 2020 | Elul 24, 5780 This week's Torah reading is Ha'azinu Upcoming holiday is Rosh Hashanah | Sep. 18 - Sep. 20 Jewish Holidays TheRebbe.org Chabad.org Video Audio Classes News Kabbalah Online The Jewish Woman Jewish Kids These five books are called the Torah of Moses a total of 20 times in Scripture, and are simply called the Torah. For convenience, these are presented here using the Gregorian calendar. Read on 10 April 2021 (28 Nisan 5781) in the Diaspora.
There are 54 Torah portions, one for each week of a leap year, so that in the course of a year, beginning and ending on the Simchat Torah, we read the entire Torah in our services.
[Israeli Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terrorism Remembrance Day]Sukkot is celebrated over seven days [Eight in the Diaspora.]
In non-leap years, with fewer weeks, some shorter Torah portion readings are combined into one week. Each Torah portion consists of two to six chapters to be read during the week. Torah Reading. 9:1-14).Guidelines for celebrating Liturgy during Holy WeekHebrew Character Codes for Keyboard LayoutLag B'Omer or Lag L'Omer is a holiday marking the 33rd day of the Counting of the Omer and falls on the 18th day of Iyar.Jewish Year, Beginning Rosh HaShanah 5780 [Civil Year 2019–2020] If, however, the first day of Rosh HaShanah falls on Monday or Tuesday, Selichot are said beginning the Saturday night prior.
The Five Books of Moses are divided into 54 portions (Parshiyot), linked to a specific week in a leap year.
The first two days of Sukkot are a major holidays [Yom Tov] in the Diaspora and are followed by the Festival "weekdays" called Chol HaMoed.
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Featured Commentary. You are encouraged to reset your thinking, especially with regard to the Torah cycle and the Appointed Times, according to the Biblical months. Parashat Vayakhel.
Deuteronomy 32:1 - 32:52. Parashat Shmini (Leviticus 9:1-11:47). In this Torah portion, Moses recites a song to the Children of Israel that serves as testimony of their covenant ... Read more. Exodus 35:1 - 38:20.