Weekly Torah Commentary
The Torah is divided into 54 sections called parshiyot and one parsha (singular) is read each week throughout the year (two occasionally). Reading the weekly Torah portion is a hallmark of the learned Jew as new insights emerge each time one engages in the pursuit of Torah.
The following links offer insights into the weekly Torah portion from historical, spiritual, and religious perspectives.
The Jewish Theological Seminary of the Conservative Movement offers liberal and traditional insights by guest authors: JTS Commentary Page
The Union of Reform Judaism is the central agency of the Reform Movement which offers liberal and social justice based commentaries on the weekly parsha. URJ Commentary Page
Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Weinreb of the Orthodox Union, offers traditional insights on the weekly parsha: OU.org
Chabbad/Lubavitch offers a selection of weekly readings from the ultra-Orthodox and observant perspective. Chabbad.org
MyJewishLearning.com is a portal for Jewish Learning across the board. This website offers a range of weekly commentaries of your choice: MyJewishLearning.com
If you know of other websites that speak to your Jewish sensibilities on the weekly Torah readings, please let us know so we can share it with our community. Thank you!