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Parashat Tazria-Metzora - תַזְרִיעַ־מְּצֹרָע

Torah Portion: Leviticus 12:1-15:33

Parashat Tazria-Metzora is the 27,28th weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading. Next read on May 3, 2025 / 5 Iyyar 5785

  • Full Kriyah

    Annual Reading


    1:

    12:1 - 13:23

    · 31 p’sukim

    2:

    13:24 - 13:39

    · 16 p’sukim

    3:

    13:40 - 13:54

    · 15 p’sukim

    4:

    13:55 - 14:20

    · 25 p’sukim

    5:

    14:21 - 14:32

    · 12 p’sukim

    6:

    14:33 - 15:15

    · 40 p’sukim

    7:

    15:16 - 15:33

    · 18 p’sukim

    Maftir:

    15:31 - 15:33

    · 3 p’sukim

    Haftarah:

    II Kings 7:3-20

    · 18 p’sukim

  • Triennial Year 1

    April 22, 2023


    1:

    12:1 - 12:4

    · 4 p’sukim

    2:

    12:5 - 12:8

    · 4 p’sukim

    3:

    13:1 - 13:5

    · 5 p’sukim

    4:

    13:6 - 13:17

    · 12 p’sukim

    5:

    13:18 - 13:23

    · 6 p’sukim

    6:

    13:24 - 13:28

    · 5 p’sukim

    7:

    13:29 - 13:39

    · 11 p’sukim

    Maftir:

    28:9 - 28:15

    · 7 p’sukim

    Haftarah:

    Isaiah 66:1-24

    · 24 p’sukim

    *Shabbat Rosh Chodesh

  • Triennial Year 2

    Read Separately


    Tazria and Metzora are read separately for Triennial Year 2.

    See:

    TazriaMetzora
  • Triennial Year 3

    May 3, 2025


    1:

    14:33 - 14:38

    · 6 p’sukim

    2:

    14:39 - 14:47

    · 9 p’sukim

    3:

    14:48 - 14:53

    · 6 p’sukim

    4:

    14:54 - 15:7

    · 11 p’sukim

    5:

    15:8 - 15:15

    · 8 p’sukim

    6:

    15:16 - 15:28

    · 13 p’sukim

    7:

    15:29 - 15:33

    · 5 p’sukim

    Maftir:

    15:31 - 15:33

    · 3 p’sukim

  • Weekday

    Shabbat afternoon, Monday & Thursday


    1:

    12:1 - 12:4

    · 4 p’sukim

    2:

    12:5 - 12:8

    · 4 p’sukim

    3:

    13:1 - 13:5

    · 5 p’sukim