Shabbat Ki-Tavo 5781

The music world was saddened this week by the passing of Charlie Watts, the original drummer of The Rolling Stones. By all accounts, he was one of the kindest people in the music business. To honor his memory, this week’s musical Torah portion scavenger hunt will be all music by The Stones. Read through Parshat Ki-Tavo and see if you can connect these songs to something in the reading:
From Exile on Main St.
Early cover of Bobby Womack and The Valentinos
4th aliyah says do the opposite
Don’t say we didn’t warn you
They wrote this song about living where?
From an appearance on Shindig
You can also click here for an article about the Jewish influences on Charlie Watts.
Now that we are back to shul in person, I will be revealing the connections in the break between Minhah and Ma’ariv. Join us in person in the sanctuary, or virtually on the livestream, at 7:15 PM.
Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom, and as always, good health,  
Rabbi David Wise
Candle lighting: 7:16 PM
Torah Reading: Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8
Triennial: Deuteronomy 26:12-28:6
Haftarah: Isaiah 60:1-22