Weekly Torah portion - Wikipedia

The weekly Torah portion (Hebrew: פָּרָשַׁת הַשָּׁבוּעַ Parashat ha-Shavua), popularly just parashah (or parshah / p ɑː r ʃ ə / or parsha) and also known as a Sidra (or Sedra / s ɛ d r ə /) is a section of the Torah (Five Books of Moses) used in Jewish liturgy during a single week. It is chanted publicly by a designated reader (ba'al koreh) in Jewish prayer services

Torah reading - Wikipedia

Torah reading (Hebrew: קריאת התורה, K'riat haTorah, "Reading [of] the Torah"; Ashkenazi pronunciation: Kriyas haToire) is a Jewish religious tradition that involves the public reading of a set of passages from a Torah scroll.The term often refers to the entire ceremony of removing the scroll (or scrolls) from the Torah ark, chanting the appropriate excerpt with special cantillation

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Shavuot | Jewish Folk Songs

The importance of learning Torah in the life of the Jewish child is described in the children's songs La Torá, in Ladino, and Shvues, libe kinderlekh [Shavuot, dear children] in Yiddish. A modern song, "Etslenu bikfar Todra" [In the village of Todra] by Habreira Hativit, shows the same tradition in a different part of the Diaspora.The Jewish truism that "Toyre iz di beste skhoyre" [Torah is

Cypess: The Electronic Parsha Warehouse

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Congregation Etz Chaim | Congregation Etz Chaim of DuPage

Congregation Etz Chaim of DuPage County, a Reform synagogue in Lombard, serving more than 500 families in the western suburbs of Chicago. We have a tradition of having an inclusive community which welcomes everyone- Jews by birth, Jews by choice, non-Jewish family members, singles, LGBTQA+ and people of all ages and abilities.

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