Parashat Nitzavim / פָּרָשַׁת נִצָּבִים

Parashat Nitzavim is the 51st weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading. Next read on / 28 Elul 5782.

Torah Portion: Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20

In Nitzavim (“Standing”), Moses addresses the Israelites, emphasizing the importance of following God’s covenant and of not worshiping other gods. He describes the process of repentance and returning to God, and stresses that God’s commandments are achievable and “not in the heavens.” [1]

Full Kriyah
  1. 1: 29:9-11 · 3 p’sukim ·
  2. 2: 29:12-14 · 3 p’sukim ·
  3. 3: 29:15-28 · 14 p’sukim ·
  4. 4: 30:1-6 · 6 p’sukim ·
  5. 5: 30:7-10 · 4 p’sukim ·
  6. 6: 30:11-14 · 4 p’sukim ·
  7. 7: 30:15-20 · 6 p’sukim ·
  8. maf: 30:15-20 · 6 p’sukim ·

Haftarah: Isaiah 61:10-63:9 · 23 p’sukim

Triennial Year 1

See Nitzavim-Vayeilech 5780

Triennial Year 2
  1. 1: 29:9-11 · 3 p’sukim ·
  2. 2: 29:12-14 · 3 p’sukim ·
  3. 3: 29:15-28 · 14 p’sukim ·
  4. 4: 30:1-6 · 6 p’sukim ·
  5. 5: 30:7-10 · 4 p’sukim ·
  6. 6: 30:11-14 · 4 p’sukim ·
  7. 7: 30:15-20 · 6 p’sukim ·
  8. maf: 30:15-20 · 6 p’sukim ·

Alternate Haftarah: Isaiah 63:1-9 · 9 p’sukim

Triennial Year 3
  1. 1: 29:9-11 · 3 p’sukim ·
  2. 2: 29:12-14 · 3 p’sukim ·
  3. 3: 29:15-28 · 14 p’sukim ·
  4. 4: 30:1-6 · 6 p’sukim ·
  5. 5: 30:7-10 · 4 p’sukim ·
  6. 6: 30:11-14 · 4 p’sukim ·
  7. 7: 30:15-20 · 6 p’sukim ·
  8. maf: 30:15-20 · 6 p’sukim ·

Alternate Haftarah: Isaiah 65:16-25 · 10 p’sukim

Weekday for Shabbat afternoon, Monday & Thursday
  1. 1: 29:9-11 · 3 p’sukim ·
  2. 2: 29:12-14 · 3 p’sukim ·
  3. 3: 29:15-28 · 14 p’sukim ·

List of Dates

Parashat Nitzavim is read in the Diaspora on:

References

Parashat Nitzavim from Sefaria.org
Sefaria, Inc.
The Chumash: The Stone Edition (Artscroll Series) (paid link)
Nosson Scherman, Mesorah Publications, 1993
A Complete Triennial System for Reading the Torah
Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Rabbinical Assembly, 1988
Modification of the Triennial Cycle Readings for Combined Parashot in Certain Years
Rabbi Miles B. Cohen, 2020