Weekly Parsha

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What Parsha is it this week?

Shabbat – Chol HaMoed Pesach

The regular Torah reading cycle is suspended until after Pesach / Passover.

In it’s place there are special readings for this Shabbat.

Exodus 33:12 – 34:26 (from Parshat Ki Tisa) with an additional reading from Numbers 28:19 – 25.

Moses pleads with God after the sin of the Golden Calf. God promises to accompany the people on their journeys. He reveals to Moses the 13 attributes of mercy.

Haftarah – Shabbat Chol HaMoed

Ezekiel 37:1 – 14

God shows the prophet Ezekiel the valley filled with dry bones. God tells him that the bones are the House of Israel. Though they seem to be lifeless, God restores them.

Candle Lighting Time for Selected Cities

This week Shabbat begins at sundown on Friday, April 26, 2024.

The Hebrew date is 19 Nisan 5784.


  • Jerusalem 6:36
  • Tel Aviv 6:58
  • Haifa 6:48
  • Beer Sheva 6:57

United States

  • Chicago 7:26
  • Los Angeles 7:15
  • Miami 7:31
  • New York 7:29


  • Antwerp 8:39
  • London 7:58
  • Paris 8:41
  • Warsaw 7:35
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