It's back! 5 days a week @ 8:00 am Shaharit followed by breakfast.
8:15 am Shaharit followed by breakfast and shiur
Monday & Thursday
6:30 am Shaharit followed by breakfast and shiur
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
6:45 am Shaharit followed by breakfast and shiur
1st Aliya: Specific restrictions for Kohanim and the Kohen Gadol pertaining to marriages, sexuality, and mourning.
2nd Aliya: Laws pertaining to physical blemishes of the Kohanim and who can and can not eat from the priestly gifts.
3rd Aliya: Laws defining what constitutes an acceptable and unacceptable blemish on an animal designated to be a Korban.
4th Aliya: The establishment of Shabbos, Pesach, the Omer, the counting of the Omer and Shavuot.
5th Aliya: The establishment of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
6th Aliya: The establishment of Sukkoth.
7th Aliya: Laws of the Ner Tamid, the Showbread, the incident with the Blasphemer, and the penalties for Blasphemy.
This week's haftarah discusses various laws that pertain to the kohanim, the priests, a topic also discussed at length in the first part of the week's Torah portion.
Ezekiel prophesies about the service of the kohanim in the third Holy Temple which will be rebuilt after the Final Redemption. The prophet describes their priestly vestments, their personal care, whom they may and may not marry, and their special purity requirements which preclude them from coming in contact with a corpse, unless it's for a next of kin. He also discusses their calling as teachers and spiritual leaders.
The prophet conveys G-d's word: "You shall give them no possession in Israel; I am their possession." The kohanim do not receive a portion in the Land of Israel, instead they partake of the sacrifices