Torah Reading Schedule
Did you know that Yeshua (Jesus) and the Prophets studied the Torah? To learn how to walk as Our LORD walked, we also need to study the same Scripture He did.
During the time of the Prophet Ezra, it is believed the Torah (Pentateuch) was divided into 54-weekly readings (called Torah portions or Parashah). In addition, there are special holy day readings. By Simchat Torah, immediately following the Feast of Tabernacles (aka Feast of Booths or Sukkot), the Torah is concluded. The following Shabbat, the cycle begins again. This reading schedule has continued until today.
Please click, to view:
— Congregation Faithful Stewardship monthly calendars with Parasha readings.
— God’s calendar with dates for 2018 Festivals.
(Calendars are in PDF format, if you cannot view it, you can download the free Adobe Reader here.)
May calendar — 2017 — updated 5/12/2017
January – 2016 (Please note: this calendar is 2 pages)
December calendar – 2015 (Please note: this calendar is 2 pages
November calendar – 2015 (Please note: this calendar is 2 pages)
October calendar – 2015 (Please note: the October calendar is 2 pages)
September calendar – 2015 — and the fall Holy Days (Please note: the Sept calendar is two pages)
April calendar – 2015 (Please note this calendar is two pages)