Torah Reading

Torah"It is a tree of life to all who grasp it, and whoever holds on to it is happy; its ways are ways of pleasantness, and all it paths are peace." (Proverbs 3:17-18)

Torah usually refers to the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible – Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. These books make up the story of the Jewish people. These ancient stories touch upon science, history, philosophy, ritual and ethics. Included are stories of individuals, families, wars, slavery and more. Virtually no subject was taboo for Torah. Running through these stories is the unique lens through which the Jewish people would come to view their world and their God.

Temple B'nai Torah encourages all congregants to read from the Torah during our services and this page provides a resource for our growing group of Torah Readers. Welcome! Please also join us at our Torah Study sessions on Saturday.

Below you will find these key resources:

  • Schedule Of Readings - Please contact Cantor David Serkin-Poole for questions or requests to be added to the schedule.
  • Torah Readings - these are fully digitized and available as .PDFs and as .MP3 files. Please contact us for more information.

 

Torah Readings


If you have any questions on these materials, please do not hesitate to email Cantor David Serkin-Poole or call him at Temple B'nai Torah's office - (425) 603-9677Thank you!