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12:00 a.m.

The scholars rise for a night of Torah learning, prayer, and service of G-d during the hours which are most desirable to Him.

12:25 a.m.

The Kollel's van picks up all the scholars from their homes in Beitar.

12:40 a.m.

The Kollel reads together the Tikkun Chatzos, in which we mourn the exile of the Shechinah (the Divine Presence) and the destruction of the Temple. Traditionally, it is recited while sitting on the floor, since Am Yisrael is still in exile and we feel a distance from our Source.

1:25 a.m.
until morning

Learning of the Holy Torah with partners; each pair of scholars choose the type of learning that is dearest to them. They learn through the night, with great enthusiasm and effort without a break.
The scholars state and understand they are learning for the merit of the donor who sponsored that evening and whose name is posted on the dedication board. In addition, whoever has a Yissachar/Zevulun arrangement dedicates his learning to the merit of his own private sponsor.
Before sunrise, the scholars go to the Mikveh to prepare for the early morning Vasikin minyan. They daven an exalted Shacharis with a great outpouring of their souls.
After the Tefillos are completed, the head of the Kollel gives a twenty minute talk to strengthen the scholars' dedication to service.

Tuesday
at Chatzos
12:45 a.m.

The Kollel members travel to the Kosel HaMa'aravi for an hour of prayer and heartfelt conversation with The Creator in this holiest of places at that most auspicious of hours.

Erev
Rosh Chodesh

The Kollel travels to the north of Israel. They daven to H-shem at the burial site of the Tanna and author of the Zohar HaKodesh, Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai in Meiron. Our holy books state that Erev Rosh Chodesh is a favorable time for davening at Kivrei Tzaddikim, a time when prayers are readily received On High.
The scholars also read out the names of the donors and their entire families whose generosity has entitled them to be listed on a special davening list called the "Kvittel of the Kollel." The names of these donors are recalled for blessing, each week at Chatzos at the Kosel as well. Click Here to send a Kvittel.
Many of the donors on this list have merited great salvations, as their letters to Rav Deutsch show. This is not surprising, for it is written in holy sources that at the hour of Chatzos all the Heavenly Gates of Mercy are open and the prayers of those who learn Torah during those hours will be heard and answered.


The members of the Kollel wake themselves in the middle of the night
The Kollel reads Tikkun Chatzos

Learning partners sharpen each's understanding
Rav Deutsch addresses the group
The Kollel prays at the Kotel, and reads the names of the donors at the holy site
The Kollel at the burial place of Rebbe Shimon bar Yochai in Meron
Donors recount amazing life events after they donate to the Kollel


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