Thursday, December 4, 2014

When a shul misses Torah reading


When a synagogue misses the Shabbat Torah reading, they should make it up on the following week. This applies regardless of why they missed it. They read the previous portion first, and then the current portion. They also read the haftorah for both Torah portions.

(Rivivot Ephraim 1:211)

[Note: Rivivot Ephraim does not discuss whether one recites separate blessings for each haftorah; I imagine that it is one set of blessings, but I don't know.]

Have a great day,

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