In this week’s Torah reading, Moshe and Aharon beseech Pharoah to free the Israelites from slavery and to let them leave Egypt.
In this week’s Torah reading, blessings abound. Yisrael (formerly known as Yaakov) blesses Ephraim and Menashe by laying his hands upon their heads. This week’s Torah Treats features a pair of candy adorned (well manicured might I add!) hands.
In this week’s Torah reading, stones are prominently featured.
This week’s Torah reading mentions “bikkurim” — first fruits.
We’re recreating a famous Torah scene!
In this week’s Torah reading, Parshat Shmini, we are told which fish are acceptable to eat: only those with fins and scales.
This week’s parsha gives some pretty specific guidelines on how to build the ark that the Children of Israel had carried in the desert: wood, golden rings and golden poles as handles. We’ve made our own version for this week’s Torah treat!
This week’s Torah reading, Parshat Mishpatim is full of all kinds of laws and their consequences.
This week’s Torah reading is full of drama with the Children of Israel finally leaving Egypt!