Monday, January 24, 2005


Attention Torah Readers!

Here's a great resource for all you Torah (and Haftarah) readers out there.

It’s called Navigating the Bible II, and it's a website that provides all the information you need for a polished reading. Just click on the link to get there.

We'll be reading Parshat Tetzave during Shacharit services on Shabbat, and at Minchah we'll read Parshat Ki Tissa.

To help you find exactly what you need, here are the line breakdowns along with links to the correct spots on the Navigating the Bible site. There, you'll have the Torah script (with and without vowels and trope, so you can practice) along with links to sound files so you can hear how each line is supposed to sound. [The links will take you to the beginning of each reading. Use the "Forward" and "Back" buttons on the webpage to navigate to the other lines.]

Shacharit - Tetzave

Kohen - Sh'mot 27:20 - 28:5
Levi - Sh'mot 28:6 - 28:9
Sh’lishi - Sh'mot 28:10 - 28:12
R’vii - Sh'mot 28:13 - 28:17
Chamishi - Sh'mot 28:18 - 28:21
Shishi - Sh'mot 28:22 - 28:25
Sh’vii - Sh'mot 28:26 - 28:30
Maftir - Sh'mot 30:8 - 30:10

Haftarah - Yechezkel 43:10 - 43:27

Minchah - Ki Tissa

Kohen - Sh'mot 30:11 - 30:13
Levi - Sh'mot 30:14 - 30:16
Sh’lishi - Sh'mot 30:17 - 30:21

This year, we're in the first year of the triennial reading cycle, and the readings are fairly short - so, c'mon, all you lehners, let's see some volunteers! Contact Irwin Weitz [cobra02000 (AT) aol (DOT) com] and sign up for a reading today!


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