Note: I began this task after deleting all previous Torah/Haftarah verses from my computer and beginning again in July, 2012. This project was concluded in June, 2013. I used “Trope Trainer” for the text. I further consulted the following texts for the correct Haftarot: Plaut’s “The Torah, a Modern Commentary” plus his revised edition; Plaut and Stern’s “The Haftarah Commentary”; “The Torah, a Woman’s Commentary” edited by Eskenazy and Weiss; “The Standard Guide to the Jewish and Civil Calendars” by Fred Reiss; “The Jewish Study Bible” (Jewish Publication Society); and Women of Reform Judaism’s yearly calendar.
Apologies in advance for any mistakes one may find, such as a sere actually voiced as a segol, or a kamatz katan that isn’t, or a sh’va totally overlooked. Additionally, my interpretation of y’tiv or a particular munach may not agree with yours. Therefore, if the mistake is egregious and you are so inclined, please email me (nicely!!) and I will certainly correct the error.
L’shalom,Cantor Wendy Shermet
Choose your portion from the list below.Opposite each parsha is the Haftarah reading for that day also.

Torah Parsha
Haftarah Parsha

B’reishit (1:1-6:8)
Isaiah 42:5-43:10

Noach (6:9-11:32)
Isaiah 54:1-55:5

Lech L’cha (12:1-17:27)
Isaiah 40:27-41:16

Vayeira (18:1-22:24)
2 Kings 4:1-37

Chayei Sarah (23:1-25:18)
I Kings 1:1-31

Toldot (25:19-28:9)
Malachi 1:1-2:7

Vayeitzei (28:10-32:3)
Hosea 12:13-14:10 (some end with Joel 2:26-27)

Vayishlach (32:4-36:43)
Hosea 11:7-12:12 OR Obadiah 1:1-21

Vayeishev (37:1-40:23)
Amos 2:6-3:8

Mikeitz (41:1-44:17)
I Kings 3:15-4:1 OR Zechariah 4:1-7 OR Zechariah 2:14-4:7

Vayigash (44:18-47:27)
Ezekiel 37:15-28

Vaychi (47:28-50:26)
I Kings 2:1-12