Torah Reading

We read Torah four times a week.  Saturday afternoons, Monday mornings, Thursday mornings and at Shabbat morning services. We would like to help you prepare to read Torah and so we have prepared the following library that includes the following: the aliyah with the vocalization and cantillation marks, the aliyah as it appears in the Torah and the two side by side.  Please sect the Parsha you are looking for and then your aliyah. Note: there are some special shabbats during the year that have special readings which are found at the bottom of this list.  Please consult with your clergy to ascertain if there are any special readings for your day.
 
B'reishit
Noah
Lekh L'kha
Va-yera
Hayyei Sarah
Toldot
Va-yetzei
Va-yishlah
Va-yeishev
Mi-ketz
Va-yiggash
Va-y-hi
 
Sh'mot
Va-era
Bo
B'shallah
Yitro
Mishpatim
 
T'rumah
T'tzavveh
Ki Tissa
Va-yakhel
P'kudey
Va-yakhel - P'kudey
 
Va-yikra
Tzav
Sh-mini
Tazria
M'tzora
Tazria - M'tzora
Aharei Mot
K'doshim
Aharei Mot - K'doshim
Emor
B'har
B'hokkotai
B'har - B'hokkotai
B'midbar
Naso
B'haalot'kha
Sh'lakh L'kha
Korah
Hukkat
Balak
Hukkat - Balak
Pinhas
Mattot
Mas'ei
Mattot - Mas'ei
 
D'varim
Va-ethannan 
Eikev
R'eih
Shof'tim
Ki Tetzei
Ki Tavo
Nitzavim
Va-ye'lekh
Nitzavim - Va-ye'lekh
Ha'azinu
V'zot ha-B'rakhah
 
Holidays
Rosh Hashana Day 1
Rosh Hashana Day 2
Yom Kippur morning
Yom Kippur afternoon
Sukkot Day 1
Sukkot Day 2
Sh'mini Atzeret
Simhat Torah
Pesah Day 1
Pesah Day 2
Pesah Shabbat
Pesah Day 7
Pesah Day 8
Shavuot Day 1
Shavuot Day 2
Shabbat Hanukkah
Shabbat Shekalim
Shabbat Zakhor
Shabbat Parah
Shabbat Ha-Hodesh
Shabbat Mahar Hodesh
Shabbat Rosh Hodesh