Torah and Haftarah Readings
Anyone interested in reading a Torah or Haftarah portion is welcome to do so. Here is a link to the sign up sheet.
Mishkan Torah follows a triennial reading cycle in which one-third of the traditional weekly portion is read each Shabbat. The breakdown that follows was devised by Rabbi Ivan Caine some twenty or thirty years ago (and appears towards the back of the Kol Ha Neshamah siddur). (On Holidays and Rosh Chodesh, the maftir will generally differ from that in the pages listed immediately below. In such cases, the maftir can be found in this Hebrew Calendar.)
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. (On Holidays and Rosh Chodesh, the Haftarah will generally differ from that in the pages listed above. In such cases, the Haftarah can be found in this Hebrew Calendar.)
We are currently in the first year of the triennial cycle.
The portion to be read on any given day can be found in this Hebrew Calendar. However, please note that the breakdown in the Hebrew Calendar may differ from the one on our website.
Parsha'iot Summaries can be found here.
If you would like to read a Torah portion or a Haftarah, please use the sign up sheet on this page.