Category Archives: Parsha of the Week

Torah Portion: Noah

Oct 11, 2021  |  By Evelina G

In the famous story of Noah’s Ark, God destroys all the people and creatures on Earth via a massive flood, sparing only Noah and his family and the animals they took with them in their ark. Noah was warned of the Earth’s impending destruction and instructed to build a giant wooden ark, along with precise specifications, and to take his family and pairs of animals to save. Hope and promise after […]

 

Torah Portion: Bereishit

Oct 11, 2021  |  By Evelina G

The Torah begins with the story of the Creation of the world: God creates the Heavens and the Earth, and each day adds something new, from vegetation to celestial bodies to fish, birds, and animals, until concluding on the sixth day with the forming of Man, and then resting on the seventh. Eve is created as a companion for the first man, Adam (which literally means “human” in Hebrew and […]

 

This Week’s Torah Portion: Vaetchanan

Jul 26, 2018  |  By Mari

Name: Vaetchanan Reading: Deuteronomy 3:23 – 7:11 Haftarah: Isaiah 40:1 – 40:26 Parsha Summary – Vaetchanan Moses Continues his Final Speech Overlooking the Rover Jordan, Moses continues his final speech to the Israelites. He tells them that he begged God to allow him to see the promised land, but that in His anger, He refused, and that Joshua will take over as their leader. He tells the Israelites to follow […]

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