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Weekly Torah & Haftarah Readings

With Rabbi Reuven Ben-Avraham

 

A note for the non-Jewish reader: Each Sabbath the Jewish People (Israel) reads the following …

1… The Parashat … Readings from the Torah - The Five Books of Moshe - Moses.

2... And the Haftarah … from the Nevi’im - Prophets.

Fifty-four passages are read over a year, embracing the entire Torah. Each deals with a particular theme and each portion is named after one of the first words of the opening passage, such as - “Bereshis,” which translates as “in the Beginning”. Bereshis - Genesis chapter 1:1.

However for the Yom Tovim, the “High Holy Days”, there are special readings, and these are all listed on another page. Click this LINK Dates-for-Yom-Tovim.htm. Or view this page using the link at the bottom of the page, and view this page first!

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

The More TORAH – The More LIFE

HaSHEM is our LIFE

The List of Readings

 

Most Synagogues in your City will have a listing of which Parashat and Haftarah is to be read each week

Just look it up online and it will be there as well as the time of the Shabbat lighting of the candles, etc.

 

Book and chapter details for each Parashat are located below.

 

Shabbat Parashat

Torah Nevi’im (Reading of the Prophets).

Bereshis - Genesis:

Bereshit 1:1 - 6:8 Isaiah 42:5 - 43:10.

Noach 6:9 - 11:32 Isaiah 54:1 - 55:5.

Lech L’cha 12:1 - 17:27 Isaiah 40:27 – 41:16.

Vayera 18:1 – 22:24 2 Kings 4:1-37.

Hayei Sarah 23:1 – 25:18 1 Kings 1:1-31.

Tol’doth 25:19 -28:9 Malachi 1:1 – 2:7.

Vayetze 28:10 – 32:3 Hosea 12:3 – 14:10.

Vayishlach 32:4 – 36:43 Hosea 11:7 – 12:12.

Vayeshev 37:1 – 40:23 Amos 2:6 – 3:8.

Mikketz 41:1 – 44:17 1 Kings 3:15 – 4:1.

Vayiggash 44:18 – 47:27 Ezekiel 37:15-28.

Vayhi 47:28 – 50:56 1 Kings 2:1-12

Shemot - Exodus:

Shemot 1:1 – 6:1 Isaiah 27:6– 28:13 & 29:22-23.

Vaera 6:2 – 9:35 Ezekiel 28:25 –29:21.

Bo 10:1 – 13:16 Jeremiah 46:13 – 28.

Beshallah 13:17 – 17:16 Judges 4:4 – 5:31.

Yithro 18:1 – 20:26 Isaiah 6:1 – 7:6 & 9:5-6.

Mishpatim 21:1 – 24:18 Jeremiah 34:8-22 & 33:25-26.

Terumah 25:1 – 27:19 1 Kings 5:26 – 6:19.

Tetzavveh 27:20 –30:10 Eziekiel 43:10-27.

Ki Tissa 30:11 – 34:35 1 Kings 18:1-39.

Vayakhel 35:1 – 38:20 1 Kings 7:40–50.

Pekude 38:21 – 40:38 1 Kings 7:51 – 8:21.

Vayikra - Leviticus:

Vayikra 1:1 – 4:20 Isaiah 43:21 – 44:23.

Tzav 6:1 – 8:36 Jeremiah 7:21 – 8:3.

Shemini 9:1 – 11:47 2 Samuel6:1 – 7:17.

Tazria 12:1 – 13:59 2 Kings 4:42 – 5:19.

Metzora 14:1 – 15:33 2 Kings 7:3-20.

Ahare 16:1 – 18:30 Ezekiel 22:1-19.

Kedoshim 19:1 – 20:27 Amos 9:7-15.

Emor 21:1 – 24:23 Ezekiel 44:15-31.

Behar 25:1 – 26:2 Jeremiah 32:6-27.

Behukkotai 26:3 – 27:34 Jeremiah 16:19 – 17:14.

Bamidbar - Numbers:

Bamidbar 1:1 – 4:20 Hosea 2:1-22.

Naso 4:21 – 7:89 Judges 13:2-25.

Behaalot’cha 8:1 – 12:16 Zechariah 2:14 – 4:7.

Shelah L’cha 13:1 – 15:41 Joshua 2:1-24.

Korach 16:1 – 18:32 1 Samuel 11:14 – 12:22.

Hukkath 19:1 – 22:1 Judges 11:1-33.

Balak 22:2 – 25:9 Micah 5:6 – 6:8.

Pin’has 25:10 – 30:1 1 Kings 18:46 – 19:21.

Mattoth 30:2 – 32:42 Jeremiah 1:1 – 2:3.

Mase 33:1 – 36:13 Jeremiah 2:4-28 & 3:4..

Devarim - Deuteronomy:

Devarim 1:1 – 3:22 Isaiah 1:1-27.

Vaethanan 3:23 – 7:11 Isaiah 40:1-26.

Ekev 7:12 – 11:25 Isaiah 49:14 – 51:3.

Re’eh 11:26 – 16:17 Isaiah 54:11 – 55:5.

Shof’tim 16:18 – 21:9 Isaiah 51:12 – 52:12.

Ki Tetze  21:10 – 25:19 Isaiah 54:1-10.

Ki Tavo (Ki Savo) 26:1 – 29:8 Isaiah 60:1-22.

Nitzavim 29:9 – 30:20 Isaiah 60:10 – 63:9.

Vayelech 31:1-30.

Haazinu 32:1-52 2 Samuel 22:1-51.

*HaBerachah 33:1 –34:12 Joshua 1:1-18.

*HaBerachah, is read at “Simchat Torah” (the 8th day of Sukkot).

 

Also view the Dates for the Feasts Including Parashat to be read at each feast.

 

 

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 if you are at home. If at all possible it would be good to go to the Synagogue on the Sabbath and he Feasts, 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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