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Parashot HaShavua

Select # 1 for Weekly Portions. 

Select #2 for Special Festivals & Special Sabbaths

Each study guide starts with blessings for studying and reading Torah, followed by an overview of parashah. The text of each Torah portion is provided in vocalized Hebrew and English as well as unvocalized Hebrew to prepare for the reading from the Torah scroll itself, along with the commentary on the portion by Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut. That is followed by a discussion of the themes from the parshah by Rabbi Harvey Fields, along with questions for study and discussion, all of which will help the student with D'Var Torah, or sermon. The haftara portion, in Hebrew and English is also provided. Another unique feature is the "Torah in Action" page, which suggests mitzvah projects related to the specific parshah. At the back of each guide is a list of resources for further study.

  1. Parashat HaShavua
  2. Parashat HaShavua for Festivals and Special Sabbaths


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My Bar Mitzvah
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My Bar Mitzvah
Designed and illustrated by Marlene Lobell Ruthen, Published by Women of Reform Judaism
Item #: 510010

Newly reissued as separate editions, these classics make perfect gifts for young men and young women. Our beautifully illustrated keepsake books have pages for celebrants and parents to record the details of the ceremony, the Torah and haftarah portions, a family tree, and special moments to reme...

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My Bat Mitzvah
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My Bat Mitzvah
Designed and illustrated by Marlene Lobell Ruthen, Published by Women of Reform Judaism
Item #: 510020

Newly reissued as separate editions, these classics make perfect gifts for young men and young women. Our beautifully illustrated keepsake books have pages for celebrants and parents to record the details of the ceremony, the Torah and haftarah portions, a family tree, and special moments to reme...

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Adult B'nei Mitzvah
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Adult B'nei Mitzvah
URJ Department of Lifelong Jewish Learning
Item #: 381591

This guide is designed for program facilitators, rabbis, cantors, and educators who are conducting intensive b'nei mitzvah courses taken by adults. Full of suggestions culled from Reform synagogues, we hope this will help congregations and encourage those who have been thinking about starting suc...

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Jewish Living: A Guide to Contemporary Reform Practice (Revised Edition)
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Jewish Living: A Guide to Contemporary Reform Practice (Revised Edition)
Mark Washofsky
Item #: 141515

This definitive guide for Reform Jewish practice leads the reader to an understanding of the whole of Jewish life -- from blessing to b'nei mitzvah, Havdalah to haftarah, and tikkun olam to Tikkun Leil Shavuot.  The revised edition features an index, cross-references to
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Art of Torah Cantillation, Vol. 1: A Step-by-Step Guide to Chanting Torah
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Art of Torah Cantillation, Vol. 1: A Step-by-Step Guide to Chanting Torah
Cantor Marshall Portnoy and Cantor Josee Wolff
Item #: 386503

You can chant Torah!
This unique, step-by-step book and compact disc package will lead the novice through each step of learning how to chant Torah. Divided into 13 lessons and additional useful appendices and bibliography, the...

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Art of Cantillation, Vol. 2: A Step-by-Step Guide to Chanting Haftarot and M'gilot
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Art of Cantillation, Vol. 2: A Step-by-Step Guide to Chanting Haftarot and M'gilot
Marshall Portnoy and Josee Wolff
Item #: 383504

Something to sing about: The greatly anticipated follow-up to the best-selling The Art of Torah Cantillation is HERE!

The Art of Cantillation, Volume 2, leads the novice through each step of learning how to chant the weekly Haftarah portions. The volume is divided into 13 lessons,...

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Torah: A Modern Commentary, The (Travel Edition)
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Torah: A Modern Commentary, The (Travel Edition)
Editor Rabbi Gunther Plaut
Item #: 381585

This travel edition of The Torah: A Modern Commentary includes the full text of the revised edition in a size that is easy to transport. The reinforced binding and smaller size makes it useful for students and ideal for traveling.

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Torah: A Modern Commentary, The (Revised Edition)
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Torah: A Modern Commentary, The (Revised Edition)
Edited by W. Gunther Plaut. Revised by David E. S. Stein
Item #: 381580

New in 2005, this Revised Edition brings contemporary values and a fresh vibrancy to the 1981 Plaut edition, North America's longtime most popular Torah commentary.

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Torah: A Modern Commentary, The (Russian translation)
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Torah: A Modern Commentary, The (Russian translation)
Item #: 381950

Russian Edition - Torah: A Modern Commentary, The (Revised Edition)
Edited by W. Gunther Plaut. Revised by David E. S. Stein

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Torah: A Women's Commentary, The
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Torah: A Women's Commentary, The
Editors: Tamara Cohn Eskenazi and Andrea Weiss
Item #: 381570

The groundbreaking volume The Torah: A Women's Commentary, published by URJ Press and Women of Reform Judaism, has been awarded the top prize in the 2008 National Jewish Book Awards.



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Parashat HaShavua B'REISHIT

Each study guide starts with blessings for studying and reading Torah, followed by an overview of parashah. The text of each Torah portion is provided in vocalized Hebrew and English as well as unvocalized Hebrew to prepare for the reading from the Torah scroll itself, along with the commentary on the portion by Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut. That is followed by a discussion of the themes from the parashah by Rabbi Harvey Fields, along with questions for study and discussion, all of which will help the student with D'Var Torah, or sermon. The haftara portion, in Hebrew and English is also provided. Another unique feature is the "Torah in Action" page, which suggests mitzvah projects related to the specific parashah. At the back of each guide is a list of resources for further study.

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Parashat HaShavua CHAYEI SARAH

Each study guide starts with blessings for studying and reading Torah, followed by an overview of parashah. The text of each Torah portion is provided in vocalized Hebrew and English as well as unvocalized Hebrew to prepare for the reading from the Torah scroll itself, along with the commentary on the portion by Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut. That is followed by a discussion of the themes from the parashah by Rabbi Harvey Fields, along with questions for study and discussion, all of which will help the student with D'Var Torah, or sermon. The haftara portion, in Hebrew and English is also provided. Another unique feature is the "Torah in Action" page, which suggests mitzvah projects related to the specific parashah. At the back of each guide is a list of resources for further study.

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Parashat HaShavua NOACH

Each study guide starts with blessings for studying and reading Torah, followed by an overview of parashah. The text of each Torah portion is provided in vocalized Hebrew and English as well as unvocalized Hebrew to prepare for the reading from the Torah scroll itself, along with the commentary on the portion by Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut. That is followed by a discussion of the themes from the parashah by Rabbi Harvey Fields, along with questions for study and discussion, all of which will help the student with D'Var Torah, or sermon. The haftara portion, in Hebrew and English is also provided. Another unique feature is the "Torah in Action" page, which suggests mitzvah projects related to the specific parashah. At the back of each guide is a list of resources for further study.

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