Mosdos Rochel Imeinu, Mother Rachel Institutions
מוסדות רחל אמנו, בית לחם
Rachel Imeinu Institutions was founded to study at the tomb of Mother Rachel in the village of Bet Lechem her resting place.
We are now supporting 3 shifts of Talmudei Chachamim who study Talmud and Kabbala around the clock at Kever Rachel, Rachel's Tomb.
The day starts with purification in a mikva and then the learning starts with kedusha and purity. Besides the normal kollel subjects, the kollel members learn mishnayot and pray for the supporters of the kollel who are full partners in the tremendous zechut of the Torah learning in the yeshiva.
The mishnayot are learned and from time to time the kollel makes a siyum on all six sedorim of the Mishna. Every day the kollel members learn from the Zohar Hakadosh and works of kabbala which are known to bring down to earth a great abundance of bracha and hatzlacha.
The Kever Rachel Yeshiva, has been conducting a weekly “pideyon nefesh” (soul redemption) in accordance with Kabalistic teachings.
If you come to Kever Rachel, visit the yeshiva and take a look inside. Look inside the holy of holies burning with a fire of ruchnius and kedusha. Listen to the tears and cries of the tefilos and tikunim. See the tzaddikim of the kollel poring over their seforim, and you will not need any other explanations. You will understand by yourself the reason why the kollel’s supporters have such phenomenal hatzlacha – because there is no merit in the world greater than being a partner the learning of Torah, especially Torah learned at Kever Rachel.
Rachel's Tomb - A Place of Hope and Healing
Ever since her passing, thousands of men, women, and children have journeyed to the Tomb of Rachel to request her intercession on their behalf. The barren pray for children, the sick pray for health, the lost and the troubled pray for release and relief. No one ever leaves empty-handed. For Rachel Imeinu (Rachel, Our Mother) always gives her blessings.
Rachel, the childless woman who ultimately became the mother of the Jewish People, has become a special symbol of hope for childless women, and all those in need of special blessing -- teaching them the power of prayer. Hundreds of requests are sent every month to from Jews worldwide, requesting prayers to be said on behalf of the ill, the childless and those in need of a special blessing.
Surely, Mother Rachel will be meilitz yosher for all who support the Yeshiva that bears her name!