Torah at Neve
through the lens of covenant
Welcome to Torah at Neve. Here you’ll find reflections, resources and background for our weekly Torah study.
Torah is the expression of a covenant which creates a sense of existence lived in relation to God and community. The shape of the covenant goes back to Abraham, when God appears to him and says, “I am El Shaddai, walk before me with integrity.” The covenant is later encapsulated in the Ten Utterances at Sinai. Using these texts as our touchstone, we seek to understand how covenant can inform our character, and how study and ritual together can strengthen our awareness and our availability to others.
We read the Torah according to a triennial cycle, which means that in 5779 we focus on the last third of the weekly parsha.
A blessing for the week
Here is the translation for the last third of Parshat Tetzaveh.
Here is the translation for the last third of Parshat Terumah.
Sunday, February 3 This week, a blessing for getting dressed.
Here is the translation for last chapter of Parshat Mishpatim
Here is the translation for the last third of Parshat Bo.
Here is the translation of the last third of Parshat Va'eira.
Here is a translation from Parshat Ki Tissa.