The term parsha (plural parashiot) usually refers to the Torah reading for the week (parashat ha-shavua). The same reading is read by Jews all over the world that week. Most parsha are named after the first significant words in the reading. A parsha is also called a weekly portion.
Alternative English spellings: parshah, parahah
For a listing of which parsha to read, see Torah Readings on hebcal.com: Jewish Calendar Tools.
Summaries and commentaries on the parsha
- American Jewish University's listing of parashat and links to commentaries for each
- Akhlah.com has The Children's Torah Portions.
- Index of Weekly Torah Portion Commentaries on My Jewish Learning.com
- Aish on this week's Torah portion
- Wikipedia's article on Weekly Torah portion
- Wikipedia's Judaism portal on this week's portion
- The World ORT site has sections on the Torah portions with the Hebrew text both with and without diacritic marks and trope, transliteration, translation and audio. The site can be used to help Bat or Bar Mitzvah students learn their portions.
- Weekly Dvar
|Bereshit / Genesis||Bereshit (parsha) Noach Lekh-L'kha Vayera Haye Sarah Toldot Vayetze Vayishlah Vayeshev Miketz Vayigash Vayehi|
|Sh'mot / Exodus||Sh'mot (parsha) Vaera Bo B'shalah Yitro Mishpatim Terumah Tetzaveh Ki Tissa Vayakhel Pekudei|
|Vayikra / Leviticus||Vayikra (parsha) Tzav Shemini Tazria Metzora Ahare Mot Kedoshim Emor B'har B'hukotai|
|B'midbar / Numbers||B'midbar (parsha) Naso B'ha'alotekha Shlah Korah Hukkat Balak Pinhas Mattot Masei|
|D'varim / Deuteronomy||D'varim (parsha) Va'et'hanan Ekev Re'eh Shoftim Ki Tetze Ki Tavo Nitzavim Vayelekh Ha'azinu V'zot Haberakhah|