FAQ

WHAT IS THE MISHNATHON?
The entire Shas Mishnayot will be learned and completed in 1 night as an elevation and for a speedy healing for all those in the community who need.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE MISHNATHON?
Uniting together to learn Torah and support one of the hallmark Torah institutions of our community.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Each habruta pair who registers selects a mishna slot that should be prepared in advanced. On the night of the Siyum each habruta pair will learn their mishnayot to complete the entire shas in approximately one hour from their home.
CAN I CHOOSE MY HABRUTA?
Yes. You can learn with your son, father, or friend!
IS THERE ANY COST TO REGISTER?
No.
WHAT IS THE MINIMUM FUNDRAISING REQUIREMENT TO SIGN UP?
This year due to the current situation there is NO fundraising requirement.
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
Click here to be redirected to our registration page.
DO I GET TO CHOSE MY OWN MISHNAYOT?
Yes. Availability is on a first come basis.
DO I NEED TO BE A SHAARE TORAH STUDENT, PARENT OR ALUMNUS TO REGISTER?
No, The Mishnathon is open to the entire community.
WHEN IS THE SIYUM?
Monday Evening May 11th, 2020
WHERE IS THE SIYUM?
Log on to TheMishnathon.com at the beginning of the event. Once the learning begins you will learn with your habruta (with whatever means of communication you choose). Once the learning is complete - tune back on to TheMishnathon.com for the siyum, words of inspiration and an uplifting musical program.
WHAT IS THE SCHEDULE OF THE SIYUM?
The program will begin at 7:30 pm with a few opening words followed by the learning. The siyum program will begin at 8:30pm which includes the Hadran, speeches and music.
More details will be released closer to the event date.
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE WITH CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS?
Click here to contact us regarding corporate sponsorships
Is the Siyum open to the public?
Since this is a virtual siyum it is open to the entire community and streamed both on TheMishnathon.com & CommunityHizuk.com
Will the event be live streamed?
Yes. It will be streamed both on TheMishnathon.com & CommunityHizuk.com