Genesis 6:9−11:32

When Is Noach Read?

/ 1 Heshvan 5785
/ 3 Heshvan 5786
/ 6 Heshvan 5787


  • God decides to cause a flood that will destroy the world, sparing only Noah's family and the animals that Noah gathers together on the ark. (6:9-8:22)
  • Life starts over again after the Flood. The Noahide Commandments are listed, and God uses a rainbow to make a symbol of the first covenant. (9:1-17)
  • People start to build a city and the Tower of Babel. God scatters the people and gives them different languages to speak. (11:1-9)
  • The ten generations from Noah to Abram are listed. (11:10-29:2)

Ten Minutes of Torah: Noach Commentary

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The Leaders We Need

By: Rabbi Kari Tuling

Have you ever had to make a difficult moral decision that is life-defining but that doesn't have a clear answer? Usually, two deeply held values are revealed to conflict with each other by their very nature. Noach, in Parashat Noach, found himself faced with such a dilemma.

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Parshat Noach, told by Matthue Roth for BimBam

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Listen to Podcasts About Noach

Listen to Rabbi Rick Jacobs discuss Parashat Noach in these episodes of his podcast, On the Other Hand: Ten Minutes of Torah.

Fruit of the Vine

Act of God

Electing a Righteous Leader

Rabbi Rick Jacobs