Numbers

Choose your portion from the list below.
Opposite each parsha is the Haftarah reading for that day also.

Torah Parsha
Haftarah Parsha

B’midbar (1:1-4:20)
Hosea 2:1-22

Naso (4:21-7:89)
Judges 13:2-25

B’haalot’cha (8:1-12:16)
Zechariah 2:14-4:7

Sh’lach L’cha (13:1-15:41)
Joshua 2:1-24

Korach (16:1-18:32)
I Samuel 11:14-12:22

Chukat (19:1-22:1)
Judges 11:1-33

Balak  (22:2-25:9)
Micah 5:6-6:8

Pinchas (25:10-30:1)
I Kings 18:46-19:21(OR between 17 Tamuz – 9 Av:Jeremiah 1:1-2:3 First “Haftarah of Affliction”)

Matot (30:2-32:42)
Jeremiah 1:1-2:3 (First Haftarah of Affliction)

Mas’ei (33:1-36:13)
Jeremiah 2:4-28; 3:4 (Second Haftarah of Affliction)

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