An Interactive Parsha Experience: Tetzaveh – Clothes Make the Person?

Posted by Pardes Center for Jewish Educators Contributors on February 10, 2019
Topics: An Interactive Parsha Experience, Torah, Shemot (Exodus), Tetzaveh

At the beginning of the parsha, God tells Moshe to get olive oil from Bnei Yisrael to light the Ner Tamid, the eternal flame, of the menorah. Aharon is supposed to light this special flame each day, so that it is lit from evening until morning. The kohanim’s holy clothing is also described. Then the Kohen Gadol, the high priest’s, clothing is explained. Learn more from Hannah Perlis and the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators. For an older audience download the Parsha Discussion.

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