Weekly Shabbat Brochure

February 16,  2019 - 11 Adar I 5779

 

Parashat Tetzaveh

 

The Torah portion for today, Tetzaveh, is taken from Exodus.  It can be found in the Etz Hayim Humash, beginning on page 513.

Aliyah                 Chap:verse                      Torah Reader

First                    29:19-29:21                      Ethan Fener

Second              29:22-29:25                       Larry Denenberg

Third                  29:26-29:30                       David Lintz

Fourth               29:31-29:34                       Cantor Jamie Gloth

Fifth                   29:35-29:37                       Cantor Jamie Gloth

Sixth                  29:38-29:46                       Glenn Levine

Seventh             30:1-30:10                         Debbi Silberberg

Maftir                 30:8-30:10                         Debbi Silberberg

 

The haftarah (reading from the prophetic writings) is taken from Ezekiel 43:10-43:27.  It begins on page 519 in our Humash and will be chanted by Alisa Levine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Did you know...?

Did you know that Cantor Linda Sue Sohn, Temple Aliyah’s B’nai Mitzvah Tutor, has been a contributor to the Torah Stitch by Stitch, a world-wide project the goal of which is to cross stitch by hand the five books of the Torah. Among her contributions to TSBS is Exodus 15:5-8, Parshat Beshalah. You can see a picture of her work here (popup window).

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