Saturday, March 21
From the comfort of your own home through Zoom
Note: You can participate in Torah Talk even if you haven’t signed up for Zoom.
This week we have a combination of two parashiot: In Vayakhel we learn that no work is to be done in the tent of meeting on Shabbat. From this the rabbis have established how we are to celebrate Shabbat. In Pekudei, the construction of the Tabernacle is finished and Moses anoints Aaron and his sons to serve in the Priest-hood. These are the last portions in Exodus.
This session will be led by Rabbi Sharfman using Zoom. Join her online for a session filled with questions, conversation, and laughter.
No prior knowledge is needed to enjoy Torah Talk; all are welcome. Be part of an amazing 4,000-year-old conversation, as relevant today as when it began. Torah Talk is one of Kehillah’s most-loved traditions.
If you have the JPS Hebrew-English Tanakh, page 191 starts this week’s Parasha.
Here’s how to participate:
If you haven’t yet signed up for Zoom:
RSVP to Renee
by Wednesday, March 18. You will receive a Zoom invitation with a link to click. Once the host (Rabbi) starts the “meeting” Torah Talk, please make sure you turn on both audio and visual in the lower left corner. Renee will explain to you how to change your name to match your picture.
If you have already signed up for Zoom:
RSVP to Renee
by Wednesday, March 18. You will receive a Zoom invitation with a Meeting ID and Password. Log into Zoom and enter the Meeting ID and Password. Once the host (Rabbi) starts the “meeting” Torah Talk, make sure you turn on both audio and visual in the lower left corner.
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for the complete Torah Talk schedule. Please note that the April date has been changed.