An Interactive Parsha Experience – VaYakhel 5779: Time for ‘Timeout’

Posted by Pardes Center for Jewish Educators Contributors on February 24, 2019
Topics: An Interactive Parsha Experience, Torah, Shemot (Exodus), VaYakhel

At the beginning of our parsha, Moshe gathers all the Jews together and tells them about Shabbat – that for six days one can do work, but that the seventh day is Holy, so no work can be done on it. After a quick intro about Shabbat, the rest of the parsha goes into detail about the construction of the Tabernacle (Mishkan). To learn more with Reuven Margrett download the newest Interactive Parsha Experience below. For an older audience download the Parsha Discussion. Download This Week’s Interactive Parsha Experience             Download the Parsha Discussion [gravityform id=”1″ title=”false” description=”false”]

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