Parashat Beshalach

This week's Torah portion is Parashat Beshalach (read on ).

Beshalach (“When He Let Go”) describes the splitting of the Red Sea and the song the Israelites sing upon crossing through. In the desert, God sweetens bitter water and provides manna and quail. The portion ends recounting the victory of the Israelites against an attack by the Amalekites. [1]

Torah Readings

Weekly Torah readings (Parashat ha-Shavua) including verses for each aliyah and accompanying Haftarah. Includes traditional (full kriyah), triennial and weekday readings.

Downloads

We offer two kinds of Torah and Haftarah downloads:

  1. Calendar feeds for desktop, mobile and web calendars. Microsoft Outlook, iPhone, iPad, macOS Desktop Calendar, Android (via Google Calendar).
  2. Leyning spreadsheets for aliyah-by-aliyah breakdown of Torah readings for Shabbat, holidays and weekdays.

Parsha calendar feeds for desktop, mobile and web calendars

Parashat ha-Shavua (weekly Torah Portion) on Saturdays. ~50 events per year · 5-year perpetual feed

פרשת השבוע - ישראל
iPhone, iPad, macOS Google Calendar Outlook.com

Leyning spreadsheet downloads

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.

  • The Full Kriyah CSV files contain Torah & Haftara readings for Shabbat, Rosh Chodesh, holidays and fast days.
  • The Weekday CSV files contain Torah readings for Mondays & Thursdays (and Shabbat mincha) when those days don't co-occur with one of the events above. In other words, these files are intended to be mutually exclusive with the Full Kriyah Shabbat/holiday files.
  • Triennial CSV files are available for the Diaspora only, as the USCJ/RA has not published aliyah-by-aliyah tables that follow the Israeli sedra scheme.
Diaspora spreadsheets
Israel spreadsheets