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Each night the names for tefilla submitted to the Kollel by that night’s sponsor (limited to one sponsor per night), together with the special nusach that is recited by the Kollel members to dedicate their limud to that sponsor’s zechus are posted on a special plaque located next to the Aron Hakodesh.
To save a particular date as a zechus for a refuah sheleima, or for the success of a particular business deal, or as a unique way to honor a loved one’s birthday or to celebrate a special anniversary, please contact Harav Yehoshua Meir Deutsch, Rosh Kollel, Kollel Chatzos. The cost of sponsoring one night’s limud Torah during the auspicious midnight hours when the gates of Shemayim are open, and to have the zechus of this special tefilla is $480.
The Kollel’s kvittel, which contains each of our supporters’ full Hebrew name together with their individual prayer requests (and is updated on a weekly basis), is placed on a shtender located directly opposite the above plaque. Each night, those Kollel members who are in a Yissaschar Zevulun partnership, as well as those members who daven for the night’s sponsor, stand at the shtender and daven for their partners’/that night’s sponsor’s zechus.
The Zohar Hakodesh states that there are three places in the world where the Shechina is always present: at the Kosel, at Kever Rochel and in a place where Torah is being learned during the midnight hours.
Once a week the members of Kollel Chatzos travel to the Kosel and Kever Rochel, and each erev Rosh Chedesh to Meiron. There, in these very special placed filled with kedusha, they daven for the zechus of our supporters, reciting each name and individual request as is inscribed in the Kollel kvittel,
"It is a great merit to have a share in the Torah learning of these young Torah scholars, who courageously push sleep away from their eyes to study Torah. It will certainly be an eternal merit for you and for your family, and there is nothing that draws down Heavenly mercy more than toiling in the holy Torah during these auspicious hours."
HaRav Ya'akov Meir Schechter, shlita
Rosh Mesivta of the Yeshiva of Mekubalim