The Second Saturday Torah Study for June is at the home of Aviva and Yehudah Plaut in Kealakekua. The parashah is Beha’alocha (Numbers 8:1-9:14) which introduces a revered symbol of Judaism, the seven-branched menorah. Also, Moses gives Aaron instructions to prepare the Levites for their role in the tabernacle; and the observance of Passover is set. Study begins at 10:30AM, ends around noon and is followed by a potluck lunch (no pork or shellfish, please!).
The study is group-led and no knowledge of Hebrew or previous study is necessary. Please bring your own tanach or print out a copy of the weeks parashah from one of the many versions available online. No one version is preferred and a variety adds to interesting discussion.
We look forward to seeing you at Saturday Torah Study to deepen understanding of our Book and its relevance to our Judaism.
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