Rabbi Marcus MBE – Terumah

The word Teruma means “ contribution” as this weeks Torah reading describes in precise detail the building of the Mishkan – (meaning Sanctuary or Tabernacle) which was made possible through the contributions of various materials by the children of Israel.

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