Weekly Parashat readings & Dates for the Yom Tovim - Feasts

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Dates and Readings for the
Yom Tovim (Feasts) for
2022 & 2023 - 5782 & 5783.

With Rabbi Reuven Ben-Avraham

 

--Updated July 2022 – Tammuz 5782--

A note for the non-Jewish reader: Each Sabbath or Yom Tov (the Feasts) commences the evening prior and we light our candles approximately 18 minutes before sunset.

During the year we read Fifty-four passages of the Torah as well as passages of the Tanakh. Each Parasha with a particular theme is named after one of the first words of the opening passage, such as “Bereshit,” which translates as “in the Beginning” - Bereshit - Genesis chapter 1:1; all of these and their respective dates can be found on “Part One”.

However for the Yom Tovim, the “High Holy Days” - the Feasts, with their special readings and these are all shown together with the Yom Tov dates on Part Two.

Please Note: Below are the Seven High Holy Days as mentioned Vayikra - Leviticus chapter 23, for these were the Yom Tovim we were to gather at Yerushalayim and no at the others, although they are very special, but of a lesser meaning. What is not known by many is that these seven feasts have massive meanings which go far deeper than what is generally understood, for within there are treasures beyond compare, and through these studies I am slowly releasing more and more of these blessed treasures, as I will be led to do so.

For blessings before and after the Readings, see - A Guide to Daily Prayers.

The More TORAH – The More LIFE

HaSHEM is our LIFE

Part One:

I will first place four calendars pages below, which provide a comprehensive list of the Yom Tovim - the Feasts, but also the weekly Parashat, etc, which I am sure will be very helpful.

March 2022 - A D. II 5782 to March 2024 - AD. II 5784.

 

Part Three:

The Yom Tovim and the Readings

2022 - 5782:

Rosh Hashanah … September 26, 2022 - 5783 – Commences pm Sun (Sep 25th)

First day (am) Gen 21:1-34 1 Samuel 1:1 – 2:10

(Afternoon) Num 29:1-6

Second day (am) Gen 22:1-24 Jeremiah 31:2-20

Afternoon Num 29:1-6

Yom Kippur … October 5, 2022 – Commences pm Tue (Oct 4th)

(am) Lev 16:1-34 Isaiah 57:14 – 58:14

Afternoon Lev 18:1-30 Jonah 1:1 – 4:11

Micah 7:18-20

Sukkot October 10, 2022 (The eighth day = Shemini Atzereth.

First day (am) Lex 22:26 – 23:44 Zechariah 14:1-21

Afternoon Num 29:12-16

Second day (am) Lev 22:26 – 23:44 1 Kings 8:2-21

Afternoon Num 29:12-16

Simchat Torah October 19, 2022 – Commences pm Sun (Dec 18th)

(On the 8th day of Sukkot read)

HaBerachah Deut 33:1 –34:12

Also read Gen 1:12 –2:3

Although the next is not part of the Seven High Holy days, I have including this Yom Tov as it does bless many!

Chanukah … December 19 to December 26, 2022

On the Sabbath during Chanukah the regular Sabbath portion is read

As well as Zechariah 2:14 – 417

2022 - 5782:

Pesach … April 5 to April 13, 2023 - 5783

First day (am) Exo 12:21-52 Joshua 5:2–6 & 6:27

Afternoon Num 28:16:-25

Second day (am) Lev 22:26 – 23:44 2 Kings 23:1-9

Afternoon Num 28:16-25 2 Kings 23:21-25

Eighth day (am) Deut 15:19 – 16:17 Isaiah 10:32 – 12:6

Afternoon Num 28:26-31

Shavuot … May 26, 2023 – Commences pm Thu (May 25)

First day (am) Exo 19:1 - 20:23 Ezekiel 1:1-28 & 3:12

Afternoon Num 28:26-31

Second day (am) Deut 15:19 – 16:17 Habakkuk 3:1-10

Afternoon Num 28:26-31

Rosh Hashanah … September 17, 2023 – 5783 - Commences erev Shabbat (Sep 16). Light the candles from an existing flame

First day (am) Gen 21:1-34 1 Samuel 1:1 – 2:10

(Afternoon) Num 29:1-6

Second day (am) Gen 22:1-24 Jeremiah 31:2-20

Afternoon Num29:1-6

Yom Kippur … September 25, 2023 - Commences erev Sun (Sep 24th)

(am) Lev 16:1-34 Isaiah 57:14 – 58:14

Afternoon Lev18:1-30 Jonah 1:1 – 4:11

Micah 7:18-20

Sukkot September 30, 2023 - Commences erev Shabbat (Sep 29th)

Shemini Atzereth 22nd & Simhath Torah 23rd

First day (am) Lex 22:26 – 23:44 Zechariah 14:1-21

Afternoon Num 29:12-16

Second day (am) Lev 22:26 – 23:44 1 Kings 8:2-21

Afternoon Num 29:12-16

(On the 8th day of Sukkot read)

HaBerachah Deut 33:1 –34:12

Also read Gen 1:12 –2:3

Chanukah … December 8 to December 15, 2023 - Commences erev Thu (Dec 14th)

On the Sabbath during Chanukah the regular Sabbath portion is read

As well as Zechariah 2:14 – 417

Also see A Guide to Daily Prayers

 

 

I trust that this page will be of a great benefit to you as you will be able to follow the readings at the Synagogue, or at home. If at all possible it would be good to go to the Synagogue on Sabbath especially the Yom Tovim, and possibly even become a member. But chose your congregation carefully, and should you so desire, ask me for guidance per email, see the link down the page.

Wishing you and your Mishpachah or Mesbucha (family) “Shabbat Shalom”, or “Hag Sameach” may the Peace of the Almighty fill you, your family and your home!

Rabbi Reuven Ben-Avraham.

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