Parsha Nation 5777


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Parsha Nation guides incorporate stories, games, riddles, and songs making each week's Torah portion both fun and meaningful. They are emailed out each week   to youth leaders of synagogues, schools and camps throughout the world, and are posted on the Young Israel website for use each week and in future years.

Synagogues nationwide have expressed a pressing need for guides for their Shabbat youth groups. Parsha Nation guides will empower leaders to creatively impart the essence and lessons of the parsha.

This year’s Parsha Nation theme is manhigut (leadership). Our goal this year is to infuse passion, creativity and love of yiddishkeit into Shabbat morning groups. Each week our program guides will help youth directors incorporate this year’s theme with inspirational stories, fun games, thought-provoking questions and enjoyable activities.

The instructions for this program are found Below. Each section was designed to give our youth leaders a blueprint for a successful Shabbat morning group. Please feel free to modify any section you feel is not relevant to the running of your youth program. This is only meant as a helpful guide.  

Thanks our to our Youth Services Department, who work tirelessly each week creating these innovative and inspirational programs.

Please feel free to reach out to us with questions, comments, or concerns. 


Bereshit Shemot Vayikra Bamidbar Devarim
Bereshit Shemot Vayikra Bamidbar Devarim
Noach Vaeira Tzav Naso Vaetchanan
Lech Lecha Bo Shmini Behaalotcha Eikev
Vayeira Beshalach Tazria Shelach Re'eh
Chayei Sarah Yitro Metzora Korach Shoftim
Toldot Mishpatim Acharei Mot Chukat Ki Teitzei
Vayeitzei Terumah Kedoshim Balak Ki Tavo
Vayishlach Tetzaveh Emor Pinchas Nitzavim
Vayeishev Ki Tisa Behar Matot Vayeilech
Mikeitz Vayakhel Bechukotai Masei Haazinu
Vayigash Pekudeh     v'Zot Habracha





Tue, 28 March 2017 1 Nisan 5777