Torah reading

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Adapting an ancient practice from the Land of Israel [] , some Conservative (as evidenced in the Etz Hayim chumash) and most ReformFact|date=October 2007, ReconstructionistFact|date=October 2007 and RenewalFact|date=October 2007 congregations have switched to a triennial cycle, where the first third of each parsha is read one year, the second third the next year and the final third in a third year. Additionally, there may be fewer than seven aliyot.

ee also

*Synagogue Aliyah
*Aron kodesh
*Jewish services
*Torah scroll
*Partnership Minyan


External links

* [ JavaScript to display current Torah reading]
* [ Hyperlinked table of Torah readings]
* [ Summary of Reading by Weekly Parasha]
* [ Weekly Torah reading with commentaries and columnists]
* [ Weekly Torah reading submitted by many rabbis with commentaries and insights]
* [ Weekly Torah Portions and Special Sabbaths] (rules in algorithm form, for use in calendar calculations)
* [ Weekly reading in free MP3 Audio for Sefardim and Ashkenazim]
* [ OzTorah - Torah insights from Australia]

Further reading

* Gidon Rothstein, [ "Women’s Aliyyot in Contemporary Synagogues."] "Tradition" 39(2), Summer 2005.
* Joel B. Wolowelsky, [ "On Kohanim and Uncommon Aliyyot."] "Tradition" 39(2), Summer 2005

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