Teruma (Hebrew תרומה, " heave-offering " ) refers to a reading portion ( Parasha or Sidra called ) comprises the Torah and the text Ex / Shemot 25.1 to 27.19.
- Solicitation of gold, silver, copper, wool, oil, precious stones, etc. for the construction of the tabernacle and for making the clothes of the priest
- Rules on the ark, the table for the shewbread, the seven-branched candlestick of pure gold, the tent over the curtain on the separation of the Blessed, the altar, etc.
The associated Haftarah is 1 Kings 5.26 to 6.13.