Mt. Zion Chet Scroll

The Mount Zion Chet scroll was dedicated on May 11, 2007/23 Iyar, 5676. It was commissioned to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Mount Zion Temple in St. Paul, Minnesota. Over 150 members of the congregation participated in writing this torah by writing a letter in the first portion of the scroll. Additional scribal work was done by Sofer Neil Yerman, and by D. Marcos Vital. Most of the writing was done by Sofer Brenner in Israel.

The torah as photographed on May 24, 2007, by Geoffrey Kroll. Sandy Weisberg adjusted the photos to optimize readability, and added the column numbers to the photos.

Stefan Plambeck and Sandy Weisberg put these photos on the Mt. Zion website,

Printing a portion

After you get the portion you want on the screen, select "Print preview" from the browser's file menu (with some browsers, this is a button on the "Print" dialog), and check to see if the pages will print with the page breaks in the correct places. You may need to change the page settings to get the files to print correctly. If you are unable to print, the Cantors at Mt. Zion have copies of all the portions, and will make a copy for you.


Bereshit, Noach, Lekh Lekha, Vayeira, Chayei Sarah, Toldot, vayetze, Vayishlach, Vayeishev, Miketz, Vayigash, Vayechi


Shemot, Va'ayrah, Bo, Beshalach, Yitro, Mispatim, Terumah, Tetzaveh, Ki tissa, Vayakhel, Pekudei


Vayikra, Tzav, Shemini, Tazria, Metzora, Acharei mot, Kedoshim, Emor, Bhar, Bechukotai


Bamidbar, Naso, Bahallotecha, Shelach lecha, Korach, Chukat, Balak, Pinchas, Matot, Masei


Devarim, Vaetchanan, Ekev, Reeh, Shoftim, Ki tetze, Ki tavo, Nitzavim, Vayelech, Ha'azinu, V'zot habracha

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