An Interactive Parsha Experience: Terumah – Giving from Our Hearts

Posted by Pardes Center for Jewish Educators Contributors on February 3, 2019
Topics: An Interactive Parsha Experience, Torah, Shemot (Exodus), Terumah

At the end of last week’s parsha, Moshe went up to the heavens to learn from God for 40 days and nights. So at the beginning of this week’s parsha, Parshat Terumah, while Moshe and God are together, God instructs Moshe to collect donations – gifts – from Bnei Yisrael so that they can build a mishkan – a tabernacle. The mishkan will be a very special place where the kohanim, the priests from the tribe of Levi, will connect to God, on behalf of all of the people, by offering different kinds of sacrifices. Learn from Aviva Lauer Golbert this week!

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