B’ha’alotkha

Numbers 8:1-12:16

By

We Also Recommend

To read the full text in English and Hebrew, click here: Numbers 8:1-12:16

The Israelites receive instructions regarding Passover. They journey forth from Sinai and complain to God on several occasions, provoking God’s anger. Miriam and Aaron speak against Moses.

Click here for a summary of B’ha’alotkha
Click here for a summary of the Haftarah
for B’ha’alotkha

passover
God explains the laws of Passover.

Text Studies

Social Action and Environmentalism

Jews March On
Rabbi Avi Weinstein, Hillel

 

Power Sharing
Sam Shonkoff, AJWS

 

Craving Perspective
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, KOLEL

 

Internal & External Change
Rabbi Elliot Kukla, AJWS

 

What We Do Matters Most
Rabbi Elaine Zecher, Union for Reform Judaism

 

Our Covenental Responsibilities
Devorah Marcus, AJWS

 

Beyond Fear
Nina Wouk, socialaction.com

 

Cultivating Cravings
Jon Greenberg, Canfei Nesharim

 

 

From the Denominations

Pluralism and Outreach

Trying to Remember the Reason I Forgot
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University

 

A Caretaker’s Prayer
Patricia Karlin-Neumann, Women of Reform Judaism

 

 

How the Trouble Began
Rabbi Avraham Fischer, Orthodox Union

 

The Trumpet Blasts
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Big Tent Judaism

 

Sometimes, There Are Second Chances
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, JTS

 

Words That Wound
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, CLAL

 

Leaving Childhood Behind
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowships

 

The Connection & Stability of Blessing
Renanit Levy, UJA-Federation of New York

 

Family and Fun

 
Parashat B’ha’alotkha for Families
Torah Topics for Today

 

Appreciating What You Have
Torah Topics for Today

 

Igniting Curiosity’s Flame
Torah Topics for Today

 

Parashat B’ha’alotkha Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

 

Parashat B’ha’alotkha Challah
Julie Seltzer

 







Return to the index of weekly Torah portions.

Did you like this article? MyJewishLearning is a not-for-profit organization.

Please consider making a donation today.

Matzah - Unleavened Bread for Passover

To read the full text in English and Hebrew, click here: Numbers 8:1-12:16

The Israelites receive instructions regarding Passover. They journey forth from Sinai and complain to God on several occasions, provoking God’s anger. Miriam and Aaron speak against Moses.

Click here for a summary of B’ha’alotkha
Click here for a summary of the Haftarah
for B’ha’alotkha

passover
God explains the laws of Passover.

Text Studies

Social Action and Environmentalism

Jews March On
Rabbi Avi Weinstein, Hillel

 

Power Sharing
Sam Shonkoff, AJWS

 

Craving Perspective
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, KOLEL

 

Internal & External Change
Rabbi Elliot Kukla, AJWS

 

What We Do Matters Most
Rabbi Elaine Zecher, Union for Reform Judaism

 

Our Covenental Responsibilities
Devorah Marcus, AJWS

 

Beyond Fear
Nina Wouk, socialaction.com

 

Cultivating Cravings
Jon Greenberg, Canfei Nesharim

 

 

From the Denominations

Pluralism and Outreach

Trying to Remember the Reason I Forgot
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University

 

A Caretaker’s Prayer
Patricia Karlin-Neumann, Women of Reform Judaism

 

 

How the Trouble Began
Rabbi Avraham Fischer, Orthodox Union

 

The Trumpet Blasts
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Big Tent Judaism

 

Sometimes, There Are Second Chances
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, JTS

 

Words That Wound
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, CLAL

 

Leaving Childhood Behind
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowships

 

The Connection & Stability of Blessing
Renanit Levy, UJA-Federation of New York

 

Family and Fun

 
Parashat B’ha’alotkha for Families
Torah Topics for Today

 

Appreciating What You Have
Torah Topics for Today

 

Igniting Curiosity’s Flame
Torah Topics for Today

 

Parashat B’ha’alotkha Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

 

Parashat B’ha’alotkha Challah
Julie Seltzer

 







Return to the index of weekly Torah portions.

Note: The opinions expressed here are the personal views of the author. All comments on MyJewishLearning.com are moderated. Any comment that is offensive or inappropriate will be removed. Privacy Policy