Torah study has the power to elevate the neshamos (souls) of the departed, bringing them great pleasure in the World to Come. A member of Chevrah Lomdei Mishnah’s team of Torah scholars is available to complete a portion of Mishnah as an eternal zechus (merit) for your departed loved one.
Chevrah Lomdei Mishnah’s dedicated Torah scholars will complete the entire Shishah Sidrei Mishnah (Six Orders of the Mishnah), a monumental feat by any measure, as an inestimable zechus (merit) for the neshamah (soul) of a loved one.
A Chevrah Lomdei Mishnah Torah scholar will learn a portion of Mishnah or Gemara on a daily basis, in memory of your loved one; this service is available for any length of time, whether for the week of shivah, the month of shloshim, the entire year of aveilus, or the timespan of your choice.
Our Torah scholars will recite Kaddish for the first eleven months after the passing of a loved one, as well as on the yahrtzeit. Other options include Tehillim and Yizkor recital for the elevation of the neshamah (soul) of the departed.
Those looking for an even higher and more exalted merit for their loved ones can choose Gemara study by one of our Torah scholars, culminating in the completion of an entire masechta (tractate). Gemara includes Mishnah, as well as the often complex rabbinic elucidations that have been studied by our people throughout the ages.
A team of Chevrah Lomdei Mishnah’s Torah scholars will delve into the intricacies of the Gemara and complete the entire Shas (complete Talmud) as a zechus for the neshamah of a loved one. This is a particularly potent merit and appropriately harnessed in time for the yahrtzeit of the departed.
Chevrah Lomdei Mishnah’s qualified Torah scholars are available to study with a patron one-on-one, either in person or over the telephone. This is a wonderful option for those wishing to strengthen their Torah knowledge and learning skills as a merit for a departed loved one.
A Torah scholar will learn and complete a masechta (tractate) of Mishnah in memory of a loved one or for any other occasion. The final mishnah will be learned together with the sponsor or person of the sponsor’s choice, allowing him to personally participate in the completion of the learning. This will bring additional pleasure for the neshamah (soul) of the departed.