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Rabbi Marcus MBE – Tetzave

This week’s Sidra focuses on the Mishkan (Sanctuary) which accompanied our people during their wanderings through the desert

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…

Rabbi Marcus MBE – Mishpatim

As the name suggests – Mishpatim (justice) sets forth the laws necessary to create and maintain a just and fair society.  It is worth noting that in Torah…

Rabbi Marcus MBE – Yitro

The highlight of the Sidra is the REVELATION ON MOUNT SINAI, undoubtedly one of the greatest events in our history, which took place seven weeks after leaving Egypt. We read…

Rabbi Marcus MBE- Beshalach

The highlight of this week’s Torah reading is undoubtedly ‘Shirat Hayam’ known also as the ‘Song of Moses’ – the poetic song of thanksgiving commencing ‘Az Yashir Moshe’ (Then…

Rabbi Marcus MBE – Bo

The Sidra is a continuation of the negotiations between Pharaoh, Moshe and Aaron in an effort to secure the freedom of our people.  During each of the previous…

Rabbi Marcus MBE – Vaera

After their initial request to Pharaoh was rejected, Moshe (Moses) and Aharon (Aaron) are once again instructed to approach him and plead for the Children of Israel.

Rabbi Marcus MBE – Shemot

Shemot or Exodus as it is known in English – (from the Greek meaning “the road out”) contains 40 chapters and is divided into 11 weekly Sidrot, in…

Rabbi Marcus MBE – Vayechi

This week’s Sidra, which literally means “and he lived” refers to the last 17 years of Yaacov’s life that he spent in peace in Egypt surrounded by his…

Rabbi Marcus MBE – Vayigash

In this week’s Sidra we read of the concluding drama between Joseph and his brothers.  Joseph subjects his brothers to the final and most difficult test.  He proposes…

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