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The weekly Torah portion (Hebrew: פָּרָשַׁת הַשָּׁבוּעַ Parashat ha-Shavua, popularly just parashah or parshah[pronunciation?] or parsha and also known as a Sidra or Sedra[pronunciation?]) is a section of the Torah (Hebrew Bible) read in Jewish services, mainly on Shabbat (Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath) and on Monday and Thursday morning services. In Judaism, the Torah is read publicly over the course of a year, with one major portion read each week in the Shabbat morning service, except when a holiday coincides with Shabbat. The Torah is traditionally divided into 54 parshiyot or parshas (plural).
Each weekly Torah portion adopts its name from one of the first unique words in the Hebrew text. Dating back to the time of the Babylonian captivity (6th century BCE), public Torah reading mostly followed an annual cycle beginning and ending on the Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah, with the Torah divided into 54 weekly portions to correspond to the lunisolar Hebrew calendar, which contains up to 55 weeks, the exact number varying between leap years and regular years.
There was also an ancient triennial cycle of readings practiced in some parts of the world. In the 19th and 20th centuries, many congregations in the Reform and Conservative Jewish movements have implemented an alternative triennial cycle in which only one-third of each weekly parashah is read in a given year; the parashot read are still consistent with the annual cycle but the entire Torah is completed over three years.
Due to different lengths of holidays in Israel and the Diaspora, the portion that is read on a particular week will sometimes not be the same inside and outside Israel.
Division into weekly parashot 
The division of parashot found in the modern-day Torah scrolls of all Ashkenazic, Sephardic, and Yemenite communities is based upon the systematic list provided by Maimonides in Mishneh Torah, Laws of Tefillin, Mezuzah and Torah Scrolls, Chapter 8. Maimonides based his division of the parashot for the Torah on the Masoretic text of the Aleppo Codex.
Table of weekly readings 
In the table, a portion that may be combined with the following portion, to compensate for the changing number of weeks in the lunisolar year, is marked with an asterisk.
|Book||Parsha Name||English Equivalent||Parsha Portion|
|Bereishit (Genesis)||Bereishit, בְּרֵאשִׁית||In the beginning||Gen. 1:1-6:8|
|Noach, נֹחַ||Noah (rest)||6:9-11:32|
|Lech-Lecha, לֶךְ-לְךָ||Go forth, yourself!||12:1-17:27|
|Vayeira, וַיֵּרָא||And He appeared||18:1-22:24|
|Chayei Sarah, חַיֵּי שָׂרָה||Life of Sarah||23:1-25:18|
|Vayetze, וַיֵּצֵא||And he went out||28:10-32:3|
|Vayishlach, וַיִּשְׁלַח||And he sent||32:4-36:43|
|Vayeshev, וַיֵּשֶׁב||And he settled||37:1-40:23|
|Miketz, מִקֵּץ||At the end of||41:1-44:17|
|Vayigash, וַיִּגַּשׁ||And he drew near||44:18-47:27|
|Vayechi, וַיְחִי||And he lived||47:28-50:26|
|Shemot (Exodus)||Shemot, שְׁמוֹת||Names||Ex. 1:1-6:1|
|Va'eira, וָאֵרָא||And I appeared||6:2-9:35|
|Beshalach, בְּשַׁלַּח||When he let go||13:17-17:16|
|Tetzaveh, תְּצַוֶּה||You shall command||27:20-30:10|
|Ki Tisa, כִּי תִשָּׂא||When you elevate||30:11-34:35|
|*Vayakhel, וַיַּקְהֵל||And he assembled||35:1-38:20|
|Pekudei, פְקוּדֵי||Accountings of||38:21-40:38|
|Vayikra (Leviticus)||Vayikra, וַיִּקְרָא||And he called||Lev. 1:1-5:26|
|*Tazria, תַזְרִיעַ||She bears seed||12:1-13:59|
|Metzora, מְּצֹרָע||Infected one||14:1-15:33|
|*Acharei Mot, אַחֲרֵי מוֹת||After the death||16:1-18:30|
|Kedoshim, קְדֹשִׁים||Holy ones||19:1-20:27|
|*Behar, בְּהַר||On the Mount||25:1-26:2|
|Bechukotai, בְּחֻקֹּתַי||In My statutes||26:3-27:34|
|Bamidbar (Numbers)||Bamidbar, בְּמִדְבַּר||In the wilderness||Num. 1:1-4:20|
|Behaalotecha, בְּהַעֲלֹתְךָ||In your making go up||8:1-12:16|
|Shlach, שְׁלַח-לְךָ||Send for yourself||13:1-15:41|
|Korach, קֹרַח||Korach (bald)||16:1-18:32|
|*Chukat, חֻקַּת||Ordinance of||19:1-22:1|
|Balak, בָּלָק||Balak (destroyer)||22:2-25:9|
|Pinchas, פִּינְחָס||Phinehas (dark-skinned)||25:10-30:1|
|Masei, מַסְעֵי||Journeys of||33:1-36:13|
|Devarim (Deuteronomy)||Devarim, דְּבָרִים||Words||Deut. 1:1-3:22|
|Va'etchanan, וָאֶתְחַנַּן||And I pleaded||3:23-7:11|
|Eikev, עֵקֶב||As a result||7:12-11:25|
|Ki Teitzei, כִּי-תֵצֵא||When you go out||21:10-25:19|
|Ki Tavo, כִּי-תָבוֹא||When you enter in||26:1-29:8|
|*Nitzavim, נִצָּבִים||You are standing||29:9-30:20|
|Vayelech, וַיֵּלֶךְ||And he went||31:1-31:30|
|Haazinu, הַאֲזִינוּ||Give ear!||32:1-32:52|
|V'Zot HaBerachah, וְזֹאת הַבְּרָכָה||And this the blessing||33:1-34:12|
See also 
- Sefer Torah
- Tikkun (book)
- Torah reading
- Weekly Maqam
- One week is always Passover and another is always Sukkot, and the final parashah, V'Zot HaBerachah, is always read on Simchat Torah. Therefore, there are in practice up to 53 available weeks for 53 portions. In years with fewer than 53 available weeks, some readings are combined to achieve the needed number of weekly readings.
- Though initially doubted by Umberto Cassuto, this has become the established position in modern scholarship. (See the Aleppo Codex article for more information.)
- Links to the Hebrew text for weekly Torah portions
- Google Calendar of weekly Torah portions for Diaspora
- Google Calendar of weekly Torah portions for Israel
- Weekly Torah portion videos
- Torah portion for kids
- The Weekly Parshah
- Parsha Partner Discussion topics based on the weekly Torah portion