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  1. PORTIONS FROM THE TORAH, HAFTARAH, AND GOSPELS 2020-2021 Hebrew Calendar 5781 with Readings from the New Covenant Scriptures and Holiday Selections VARIMD' words DEUTERONOMY 1-3:22, Isa. 1:1-27, Acts 7:51-8:4, Acts 1-2 07/17/21 VA'ET'CHANAN and I pleaded Dt. 3:23-7:11, Isa. 40:1-26, Mt. 23:31-39, Acts 3-4 07/24/2
  2. Torah Portions 2020-2021 Portion Date Hebrew Date Torah Haftarah New Testament B'reisheet Oct 17 2020 29-Tishrei-5781 Genesis 1:1-6:8 Isaiah 42:5-43:10 John 1:1-18 Noach Oct 24 2020 6-Cheshvan-5781 Genesis 6:9-11:32 Isaiah 54:1-55:5 1 Peter 3:8-22 Lech Lecha Oct 31 2020 13-Cheshvan-5781 Genesis 12:1-17:27 Isaiah 40:27-41:16 Romans 4:1-5:11 Vayera Nov 7 2020 20-Cheshvan-5781 Genesis 18:1-22.
  3. Key: - Torah Reading 1, - Torah Reading 2, - Torah Reading 3, - Haftarah Reading. DATES OF FESTIVALS 5779 2018-19 5780 2019-20 5781 2020-21 Erev Rosh Hashanah 1 Tishri 9 September 29 September 18 September Rosh Hashanah - 1st Day 1 Tishri 10 September 30 September 19 Septembe
  4. 2020-2021 TORAH PORTIONS AND RELATED READINGS. For Commentary see the . *Note: Check HebCal or other online sources for Haftarah details regarding double portions, extra readings before Passover, announcing Rosh Hodesh, and other traditions. 2020-2021 TORAH PORTIONS AND RELATED READINGS
  5. The Jewish Liturgical Calendar. Jewish Year, Beginning Rosh HaShanah 5781 [Civil Year 2020-2021] The Jewish cycle of readings from the Torah and the Prophets. is central to the liturgical and religious life of Jews. A brief explanation of the readings is outlined below. See Readings tables for Jewish Years: 5779 5780 5781 5782
  6. Torah Readings. Weekly Torah readings (Parashat ha-Shavua) including verses for each aliyah and accompanying Haftarah. Includes both traditional (full kriyah) and triennial reading schemes. This week's Torah Portion is Pinchas (read in the Diaspora on 3 July 2021)
  7. 2020-2021 Messianic Calendar with Hebrew dates for the year 5781. 2020-2021 16-month Planner with Hebrew dates for the year 5781. Tree of Life Version Bible. The Complete Jewish Study Bible. Walk! series of Messianic Devotionals by Rabbi Jeffrey Enoch Feinberg. Messianic Siddur for Shabbat by Daniel Perek. Prayer Book and Life Cycle Guid

The Torah Portions Schedule. Each week, synagogues across the world read a section from the Torah (the five books of Moses). In Hebrew, this passage is called Parashat HaShavua (פָּרָשַׁת הַשָּׁבוּעַ), which means portion of the week. Sometimes it is called the parsha or sidra.The Jewish community follows a schedule of readings based on the Hebrew calendar The Haftarah consists of selections from the writings of the Prophets. Here you will find the Haftarah portion that is to be chanted along with the Torah portion of the same name. The trope/cantillation used to chant these portions is based on Binder. You will find text that you can follow along with to make your learning easier

Moses conveys the laws governing the annulment of vows to the heads of the tribes of Israel. War is waged against Midian for their role in plotting the moral destruction of Israel, and the Torah gives a detailed account of the war spoils and how they were allocated amongst the people, the warriors, the Levites and the high priest.. The tribes of Reuben and Gad (later joined by half of the. Haftarah. Jeremiah 2:4 - 28; 3:4. Featured Commentary. How to Model Genuine Curiosity In this Torah portion, the biblical character Pinchas shows us how to engender more positive relationships. By Or Mars. Bereishit. Parashat Bereshit. Genesis 1:1 - 6:8< Parashat Noach. Genesis 6:9 - 11:32

Parashat Behar (3 25:1-26:2). Read on 21 May 2022 (20 Iyyar 5782) in the Diaspora. Torah reading, Haftarah, links to audio and commentary The Torah Portions site follows the passages of Scripture that are read aloud in Jewish synagogues every week. Genesis through Deuteronomy is broken into 54 portions containing a few chapters each. The names of the weekly portions are derived from a Hebrew word in the first sentence of the portion. This week's portion is highlighted below Study the Torah, Haftarah, and B'rit Chadashah scripture readings using the FLAME reading list: 2020-2021 FLAME Reading List (.pdf file) Read the Torah portions in the TLV (Tree of Life Version) in parallel with the associated Hebrew or Greek using the links inside of the .pdf file above (to access, click on scripture references it contains)

Date Hebrew Date Torah Portion Haftarah Portion Special 4/4/20 10 Nisan 5780 Tzav: Lev. 6:1-8:36 Mal. 3:4-24 HaGadol 4/11/20 17 Nisan 5780 Chol HaMoeid Pesach: Ex. 33:12-34:26 Eze. 37:1-14, Song of Songs is rea One who suffered in silence (verse 7) - fulfilled: Matthew 26:59-64; 27:11-14. One who suffered because it was necessary for him to intercede and be the perfect sacrifice for our sins (verses 8-12) - fulfilled: Romans 4:28; 5:6, 8; Hebrews 2:10; 5:7-9. Now you understand why Isaiah is the missing Haftarah portion in the synagogues Haftarah refers to an additional portion from the Nevi'im (Prophets) read after the weekly Torah portion. The person who made the maftir blessing also recites the blessing for the Haftarah, and may even read the Haftarah before the congregation. Brit Chadashah refers to New Testament readings which are added to the traditional Torah Reading cycle

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Torah and Haftarah Reading. TBEMC follows the Rabbinical Assembly's triennial Torah reading cycle. Torah reading is generally done by congregants. If you would like to volunteer to read a particular Torah portion (or part of one), or if you would like to learn how to do so, please feel free to contact Laura Cohen (848-702-9106) Haftarah portions - or Haftoroh in Ashkenazic, or Concluding Portion - are selections from the books of Nevi'im (Prophets) of the Hebrew Bible. They are also publicly read - rather, sung or chanted - in synagogue services, following the Torah reading each Sabbath, holidays and fast days

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Haftorah Commentary. The reading of the Haftorah dates back to the Second Jewish Commonwealth, during the era of the Greek empire. Our enemies recognized the vitality of the Torah and banned us from reading the weekly Torah portion. In response, the Rabbis of those days substituted the reading of a segment from the Prophets, commonly known as. Bemidbar Naso Beha'alotecha Shelach Lech Torah Portions. Synagogues all over the world use the same schedule to read through the Torah in one year. Click here to download a PDF copy of the weekly Torah reading schedule for the upcoming year (2020-2021). This weekly guide to the Torah readings also includes the traditional Haftarah readings, as well as suggested readings from the B. Haftarah. I Samuel 15:2 - 15:34 | Shabbat Zachor. In this Torah portion, God describes the laws of animal sacrifice. God explains the different sacrifices that atone for guilt or sins, and distinguishes between sins committed inadvertently and sins committed on purpose. FULL SUMMARY

Select a portion: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Haftarah Complete. Haftarah: (Amos 9:7-15) Please note: These Haftarah texts follow Chabad custom. Other communities could possibly read more, less, or a different section of the Prophets altogether. Please consult with your rabbi The Haftarah consists of additional readings taken mostly from the Prophets (Nevi'im) as well as some from the Writings (Ketuvim). The Haftarah portions are generally read after the Torah readings as part of the weekly Parashah cycle. These readings generally have a thematic link with the corresponding Parashah readings Download a 2020/21 One-Year Torah Reading Schedule. Traditionally, the five books of the Torah (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) are divided into weekly parashot (portions or readings) so that the entire volume can be read in the Synagogue every Sabbath over a period of one or three years

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Prophetic Portion to Vayera (And He Appeared) Genesis 18:1-22:24, 2 Kings 4:1-37 This week's haftarah portion covers two miraculous accounts performed by the prophet Elisha. Both center around women and their children, which not only relates to the Torah portion, but spiritually to the future and the prophetic realm.[1] Elisha asks each woman: What ca Haftarah Prophets 13 Microsoft Word - All the Torah Portions Scheduled _2020-21_.doc. 22:20-24 M. 222L20-24 ----- Haftarah: II Kings 4:1-23 Haftarah Reader: _____ November 14, 2020 - Parashat Chayei Sara - Bat Mitzvah of Miriam Ilfeld 1. 24:53-58 2. 24:59-61 3. 24:62-67 4. 25:1-6 5. 25:7-11 6. 25:12-15 7. 25:16-18 M. 25:16-18 ----- Haftarah: I Kings. (This Torah Teaching is for Shabbat of May 22nd, 2020) (Donate and support this Ministry by clicking here) Naso (נָשֹׂא ‎)— Hebrew for take a census or lift up, is the sixth word in the 35th weekly Torah portion (פָּרָשָׁה ‎) in the annual cycle of Torah reading and covers Numbers 4:21-7:89. The parashah addresses priestly duties, purifying the camp. Calendar of Torah and Haftarah Readings 5776-5778 - 2 - DATES OF FESTIVALS 5776 2015-16 5777 2016-17 5778 2017-18 Erev 1st Day Rosh Hashanah 1 Tishri 13 September 2 October 20 September 1st Day Rosh Hashanah 1 Tishri 14 September 3 October 21 September 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah 2 Tishri 15 September 4 October 22 September Kol Nidre 10 Tishri 22 September 11 October 29 Septembe

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The Torah and the Haftorah, are an integral part of the Bar-Mitzvah. On a regular Shabbat, the weekly Torah portion is divided up into seven parts.When all the parts have been read the ending of the last Aliya is repeated, and that is called the Maftir. To begin your study or review, you may easily find the particular. Idina told us she never had a bat mitzvah because she quit hebrew school when she was younger. Her mother always wanted to hear her sing her haftorah portion.. Trope For Torah and Haftarah. When we read Torah in the synagogue, we are not simply commanded to recite it, rather to sing it with special chanting motifs called tropes (musical symbols) of cantillation. The following are recordings, with accompanying notation, of these symbols which may be used to learn the art of Torah and Haftarah reading Vallentine's Encyclopaedia, said that it was the custom to read the Law in triennial (according to some septennial) cycles says that the reading was concluded by a supplementary portion from the Prophets (haftarah), the origin of which has not been accurately established) SCRIPTURE READING PLAN FOR 5781 (2020-2021) This plan takes the Torah and Haftarah cycle as the foundation for reading entire Bible. Torah and Haftarah readings follow the one-year Jewish and Messianic divisions, with Torah readings divided into daily portions and Haftarah readings occurring on Shabbat. Note tha

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Blog, Haftarah / October 27, 2020 God Comforts His People - The Prophets Portion - Week 3 - Isaiah 40:27-41:16 View Pos Prayer books and Torah Portions. Home > Prayer > Shabbat Services > Prayer Books and Torah Portions. Friday Night Siddur (Kabbalat Shabbat Service) Saturday Morning Shabbat Siddur. Weekly Torah and Haftarah Portions: July 2-3, 2021. Weekly Torah and Haftarah Portions: July 9-10, 2021. Fri, July 2 2021 22 Tammuz 5781 Weekly Parashah. Traditionally, the five books of the Torah (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) are divided into weekly parashot (portions or readings) so that the entire volume can be read in the Synagogue every Sabbath over a period of one or three years. There are 54 portions in the One Year Reading Cycle and 151.

Haftarah for Shabbat HaGadol. On this page you will find a recording of the first few verses of your haftorah (to help you get started), as well as the blessings before and after the Haftorah. ** While you may be tempted to try and memorize the melody of your Haftorah WITHOUT learning the trope, it is MUCH easier in the long run to learn the. א״פשת5781 / 2020-21 Man does not live by bread alone, but man lives by every word that comes from the mouth of the LORD. DEUTERONOMY 8:3 torahportions.org GENESIS / B'REISHEET | תישארב # NAME DATE HEBREW DATE TORAH HAFTARAH GOSPEL 1 B'reisheet 17 Oct. 2020 29 Tishrei 5781 Gen. 1:1-6:8 1 Sam. 20:18-42 Jn. 1:1-1 the torah and haftarah chapter/verse numberings are taken from the hebrew bible (christian published chapter/verse numberings are indicated within parenthesis). the gospel readings are keyed to themes found in the corresponding torah or haftarah readings for that week. 12 sep. 2020 23 elul 5780: deut. 29:9(10)-31:30 * isa. 61:10-63:9 jn. This course, Haftarah, will attempt to make the opaque sparkle. Choosing selectively from the most interesting Haftarah portions, Jewish Community Foundation Scholar Rabbi Danny Schiff will seek to imbue meaning in these powerful prophetic passages. 14 Sessions for $70. 9:30 a.m. For more information and to register, visit foundation.jewishpgh.org

The Torah and haftarah readings are performed with great ceremony: the Torah is paraded around the room before it is brought to rest on the bimah (podium). The reading is divided up into portions, and various members of the congregation have the honor of reciting a blessing over a portion of the reading. This honor is referred to as an aliyah. Saturday July 17, 2021 Devarim. Saturday July 24, 2021 Vaetchanan. Saturday July 31, 2021 Eikev. Saturday August 7, 2021 Re'eh. Saturday August 14, 2021 Shoftim. Saturday August 21, 2021 Ki Teitzei. Saturday August 28, 2021 Ki Tavo. Saturday September 4, 2021 Nitzavim. The Jewish calendar provides for some of the portions to be paired in. The Torah Reading is from Vayikrah (Leviticus) Chapter 16, verse 1-34. This portion discusses the instructions to Moshe and Aharon concerning the procedure for the priestly service on Yom Kippur, which would enable them to achieve atonement for Israel. The portion then details the laws of Yom Kippur

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Vayigash is read twice in 2020. It was the first Torah portion back in January and it is the last Torah portion. I am sure some scholar or sage could wax eloquent on this, but I am neither so I will not. Haftarah. 37:15-28 Ezekiel . The Book/The Man: Ezekiel is one of the Three Major Prophets. The other two are Isaiah and Jeremiah Learn more about how the passages from the Prophets (Nevi'im) chosen to be read in week in Synogogues around the world parallel the Torah parashah and give u..

Weekly Torah Reading Portions Calendar In 2020 Yearly Calendar Marketing Calendar Template Calendar . 10 Year Calendar . Jewish Calendar Waygoodsite . When Is Lag Baomer In 2019 2020 And 2021 2022 2023 Lag Baomer . When Is The Jewish Holiday Hanukkah In 2019 2020 2018 11 17 Get Jewish Calendar Jewish Holidays Calenda The Torah Reading Ceremony. The Torah and Haftarah reading ceremonies are performed as follows: the Torah is taken from the Ark and paraded around the room before it is brought to rest on the bimah (torah reading podium). The weekly portion (parashat hashavuah) is divided up into portions (pasukim), and certain members of the congregation are called to recite the blessing over their assigned. Haftorah Summary for Mochor Chodesh. Haftorah Summary for Parshas Shekalim. Haftorah Summary for Parshas Shuva. Haftorah Summary for Parshas Zachor. Haftorah Summary for the Four Parshios. Maftir Summary for Parshas Zachor. Maftir and Haftorah Summary for Shabbos Hachodesh. Parshas Parah

2019 - 2020 Weekly Torah Portion Calendar. September 16, 2019. For many circumstances, you can demand a calendar that is more than simply a monthly or yearly option. Calendars are a great daily prompt for clients and customers about a particular organization and what they have to give. Live calendars are an ideal remedy Temple Rodef Shalom; 2100 Westmoreland Street, Falls Church, Virginia 22043 ; Phone: (703) 532-2217 Fax: (703) 536-075 Articles on the weekly Torah portion, parsha, from beginner to advanced levels. Divrei Torah, inspiration, ethics and stories for all ages

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Weekly Torah Reading / Weekly Torah Portion A commentary on the weekly Torah portion (weekly Torah reading) and its companion Haftarah. Rosh Chodesh and holiday Torah and Haftarah readings are also included. No posts. Show all posts. No posts. Show all posts. Home. Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) Blog Archive 2021 (1) June (1) Readings for Saturday. Monday, November 16, 2020 • 29 Cheshvan 5781 - 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Monday, November 9, 2020 • 22 Cheshvan 5781 - 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Monday, November 2, 2020 • 15 Cheshvan 5781 - 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Monday, October 26, 2020 • 8 Cheshvan 5781 - 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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congregation how the haftarah relates to the weekly sidrah. In this way, the haftarah maintains its connection to the Torah portion even when the related section in the Torah is not read. 6. Hosafot - This system does not provide hosafot. Congregations which add extra aliyot to the regular seven are advised to either repeat. 1000 Pinebrook Blvd | New Rochelle, NY 10804 | P: (914) 235-1800 | F: (914) 235-1854 | tinr.or Teaching For Shabbat of August 29th, 2020 (Donate and support this Ministry by clicking here) Torah: Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19 Haftarah: Isaiah 54:1-10 Ki Tetzei (כִּי־תֵצֵא)— Hebrew for when you go, the first words in the parashah) is the 49th weekly Torah portion (פָּרָשָׁה‎, parashah) in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading and the sixth in the Book of.

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First Tabernacle Fellowship. Join us in listening to a discussion on Hebrews In Exile with Rabbi Robert B. Holman, Jr. and Shawn Appleton. A discussion about who we are and what it means as Hebrew people living in exile. The podcast includes are various drop-in guest speakers april 29th, 2020 - this unique step by step book with two audio pact discs included leads the novice through each step of learning how to chant the weekly haftarah portions the volume is divided into 13 lessons with additional useful appendices and bibliography allowing the reader to self teach th

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Readings for Combined Portions: When there is a double parasha, we read the first four aliyot from the first parasha. The final three aliyot and the maftir are read from the second. The accompanying Haftarah reading can also be found in the pages listed above Authors of the Haftorah Portions. Understanding Rahab. The Haftorah Before Passover. Isaiah 54. Haftorah : Changing Haftorah Portions. Haftorah Portion. Summary of Haftorot. Aliyot and Haftorah

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Usually, haftarah portion is no longer than one chapter, and has some relation to the Torah portion of the week. The Torah and haftarah readings are performed with great ceremony: the Torah is paraded around the room before it is brought to rest on the bimah (podium) The Haftarah (הפטרה) means parting or taking leave. The Haftarah is a scheduled reading from the biblical books of the Prophets that follows along with the weekly Torah reading schedule. The Torah Portions schedule has been followed by synagogs around the world since the Babylonian captivity of the Hebrews or maybe even longer Question: Who actually writes the Haftorah portions? Answer: From the time that God gave the Torah to the Jews about 3300 years ago, and throughout the time that the Jews lived in the Land of Israel, until about 2400 years ago when the Jews were exiled, there were prophets - people through whom God communicated messages to the world.Some of those prophets wrote those messages down, and we. The word haftarah does not mean half the Torah!The word is not even related to Torah. Rather, haftarah means completion.It is the reading from the Prophets section of the Hebrew Bible that is a complement to the weekly Torah portion or that is related to an upcoming or recent holiday The Haftorah sheets have the full brachot for the Haftorah for Shabbat and various holidays. Laminate after printing. They make good bookmarks in the big Tanachs. The pages are set up for A4 (European) pages. I don't know how they'll come out on an 8.5 x 11.5 U.S. letter-sized page. Here is a rather large thumbnail of a Haftorah sheet

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2 October 2020 - Erev Sukkot. 3 October 2020 - Sukkot I. Torah: Leviticus 22:26-23:44 Maftir: Numbers 29:12-16 Haftarah: Zechariah 14:1-21 Brit Hadashah: Revelation 7:1-10. 4 October 2020 - Sukkot II. Haftarah: 1 Kings 8:2-21. 5 October 2020 - Sukkot III (CHM) Torah: Numbers 29:17-22 Brit Hadashah: Revelation 19:1-1 According to the narrative in Luke (4:16-21), Jesus returns to his hometown, Nazareth and, on the Sabbath, he goes to the synagogue where he reads from the Torah. He is then given the Book of Isaiah. Jesus opens the book and reads the passage that begins The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me; because the Lord hath anointed me (Isaiah 61:1) Torah Portion (Christian Verses in blue) September 19, 2020: Rosh HaShanah Special readings : Genesis 21:1 - 34 Numbers 29:1 - 6: September 26: Ha'azinu: Give ear: Deuteronomy 32:1 - 32:52: October 3: Sukkot, Day 1 Special readings : Leviticus 22:26 - 23:44 Numbers 29:12 - 16: October 10: Shemini Atzeret Special readings : Deuteronomy 14:22 - 16:1

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For the week of July 10, 2021. TORAH: NUMBERS 30:2-36:13 HAFTARAH: ISAIAH 66:1-24 GOSPEL: LUKE 13:1-9; MARK 11:12-23 Portion Summary Mattot. The name of the forty-second reading from the Torah is Mattot (מטות), which means tribes. The name is derived from the words of Numbers 30:1, which says, Then Moses spoke to the heads of the tribes of the sons of Israel Usually, the haftarah portion is no longer than one chapter, and has some relation to the Torah portion of the week. The Torah and haftarah readings are performed with great ceremony: the Torah is paraded around the room before it is brought to rest on the bimah (podium). The reading is divided up into portions, and various members of the.

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While the V'ahavta and your Torah Portion have the same chants, the Haftarah chants are different. The chant is based on trope, a musical notation system. The Haftarah has its own specific trope separate from the Torah trope which is why the melodies will sound new and different when learning the Haftarah blessing Torah Portions Printable 2020-2021. Torah Portions. Many Torah keeping believers use this schedule to read through the entire Torah each year. It also includes readings from the prophets and the New Testament. You can read these on your computer, or print them. I print them and fold them in half to keep in my Bible

Rabbi Elyse Goldstein, one of the leading rabbis of a new generation, is director of Kolel: The Adult Center for Liberal Jewish Learning, a full-time progressive adult Jewish learning center.Goldstein lectures frequently throughout North America. She is also editor of The Women's Torah Commentary: New Insights from Women Rabbis on the 54 Weekly Torah Portions; and The Women's Haftarah. This video explores the Torah portion of Mikeitz, which is from Genesis chapter 41 through 44:17. The regular Haftorah that we will discuss in this video is from I Kings 3:13 - 4:1. During years when the holiday of Chanukah falls out during the portion of Mikeitz, there is a special Haftorah reading from I Kings 7: 40-50 This video explores the Torah portion of VaYeshev which is from Genesis chapters 37-40. The regular Haftorah that we will discuss in this video is from Amos 2:6 - 3:8. During years when the holiday of Chanukah falls out during the portion of VaYeshev, there is a special Haftorah reading from the prophet Zechariah 2:14 - 4:7. YouTube Normally HAFTAROT (plural of haftarah) are Torah portions i.e. sections of the first five books of Moses (i.e. the pentateuch or Torah) which bar-mitzvah boys (and bath-mitvah girls these days!) recited when they came of age around the age of 13 or so. 2020 US Elections: 2 hours ago, 59 flags; BREAKING: List of Pennsylvania voters.