Saturday Morning Shabbat Shachrit Services שבת שחרית
Time & Location
About the Event
Services will be conducted live and also via Zoom with Temple Sholom. Services will start on Saturday (7/17/21) morning at 10:00 am PT. We will use both the Siddur Hadash (Red book), Shabbat and Festival Morning, and (Blue Book), Shabbat and Festivals. Pages will be posted on the Zoom link. We will also broadcast on our Facebook page for Temple Sholom of Ontario.
Will forward links for Saturday upon RSVP.
Please put an actual name on the account, instead of the phone number. If you use the links, it has the password embedded; if they use their own account, we also have the ID & password.
Parashat Devarim / פרשת דְּבָרִים
Read on 17 July 2021 (8 Av 5781).
Parashat Devarim is the 44th weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading.
Torah Portion: Deuteronomy 1:1-3:22
Parashat Devarim recounts how Moses appointed chiefs, the episode of the Twelve Spies, encounters with the Edomites and Ammonites, the conquest of Sihon and Og, and the assignment of land for the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh.
Triennial Year 2 17 Jul 2021
1: 2:2-5 (4 v.)
2: 2:6-12 (7 v.)
3: 2:13-16 (4 v.)
4: 2:17-19 (3 v.)
5: 2:20-22 (3 v.)
6: 2:23-25 (3 v.)
7: 2:26-30 (5 v.)
maf: 3:20-22 (3 p'sukim)
Haftarah: Isaiah 1:1 - 1:27 (27 p'sukim)
Soncino Humash pp. 743 - 746 (Full Kriya 735 - 749)
Artscroll Humash pp. 948 - 953 (Full Kriya 938 - 957)
Shabbat Chazon / שַׁבָּת חֲזוֹן
Shabbat Chazon (Shabbat before Tish'a B'Av (Shabbat of Prophecy/Shabbat of Vision)) for Hebrew Year 5781 begins at sundown on Friday, 16 July 2021 and ends at nightfall on Saturday, 17 July 2021.
Shabbat Chazon ("Sabbath [of] vision" שבת חזון) takes its name from the Haftarah that is read on the Shabbat immediately prior to the mournful fast of Tisha B'Av, from the words of rebuke and doom coming from Isaiah in the Book of Isaiah 1:1-27. It is also referred to as the Black Sabbath due to its status as the saddest Shabbat of the year (as opposed to the White Sabbath, Shabbat Shuvah, immediately precededing Yom Kippur).