This week’s Torah portion is Parashat Tetzaveh (read on ).
Tetzaveh (“You Shall Command”) opens as God instructs Moses to appoint Aaron and his sons as priests. God details how to make the priestly clothing, how to sanctify the priests and offer sacrifices during the seven days of inauguration in the Mishkan (Tabernacle), and how to build the golden altar. 
The Torah (Five Books of Moses) is divided into 54 sections, or parshiyot. Each section (called a parsha, also transliterated parashah or parasha) is read during a particular week (parashat ha-shavua). The full cycle is read over the course of one Jewish year. Readings for 5784 · 6-year summary
Each page displays a summary of the parsha, the verses read for each aliyah (traditional full kriyah, triennial and weekday), the accompanying Haftarah, and English-language commentary from a range of Jewish traditions.
We offer three kinds of Torah and Haftarah downloads:
Parashat ha-Shavua (weekly Torah Portion) on Saturdays. ~50 events per year · 5-year perpetual feed
Torah reading of the week for Shabbat and holidays, updated on Sunday at midnight Eastern Standard Time.
The following downloadable files contain the aliyah-by-aliyah breakdown of Torah readings for Shabbat, holidays and weekdays.
Leyning coordinators can download these Comma Separated Value (CSV) files and import into Microsoft Excel or some other spreadsheet program.
Diaspora Full Kriyah
Israel Full Kriyah