Parsha Calendar 2019
The reason we read from Parshat Pinchas so regularly is because the latter portion of the parsha lists all of the special offerings which were made on special days in the Jewish calendar — the High This event has already occurred. Visit our event calendar to find current events. Begun on Simchat Torah 2015, the Parsha Poster project is a series of posters “advertising” the parshat hashavua As Canadian Jews, we live simultaneously with two calendars. Almost every day, I am asked to correlate the two calendars when it comes to determining the date of a yahrzeit or verifying the date when
Please note that the posts on The Blogs are contributed by third parties. The opinions, facts and any media content in them are presented solely by the authors, and neither The Times of Israel nor its It’s actually pretty much almost mandated in this week’s Torah portion! “This month is for you the head is to become the first month of the Hebrew calendar. Today we call that month Nisan. “For Rockland Jewish Women: The Hebrew calendar explained, Shabbat and the holidays A primer on the many Jewish holidays that happen throughout the year, including Shabbat, a weekly occurrence that all the
Parsha Calendar 2019 – This Shabbat, in addition to reading Parashat Tazriah, is Rosh Hodesh Nisan and Shabbat the Israelites are commanded to sanctify and structure their own calendar – “This month shall mark for you A great resource for finding out where the weekly Torah portion begins and ends is the interactive calendar Hebcal. Make sure to click on “weekly sedrot” and Diaspora if you live outside of Israel. I In this week’s Torah portion, God reveals to us an important secret about beginnings. As each day of creation is described, we are told, “And it was evening, and it was morning” Evening came first.