What is The KOTU כֺּהטוּ Centre?
Welcome to The KOTU Centre, A Place of Miracles. KOTU is an acronym for “King Of The Universe”, which is the English translation of two Hebrew words מלך העולם "Melech HaOlam". The Centre was created after the success of the worldwide "Melech HaOlam" Project which effectively helped bring back the rains to Israel. The entire episode in detail is described on our Melech HaOlam page. Since then The KOTU Centre has hosted thousands of people for Shabbat & Holiday meals in which 5 couples met here and got married, and 3 new Jewish souls have been born into the world so far. Every week it transforms into a learning centre with classes. Some very prominent Rabbis have spoken here like Rabbi David Aaron of the Old City, Rabbi Mendel Kessin, Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman, Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi, and Breslov Reb Meir Elkabas.
The KOTU Centre under the direction of Zerach Seidman (Life Coach), founder and director, recently launched a very specialized and personalized service for those individuals in need of recovery, offering an all inclusive Wellness Recovery program at The KOTU Centre to help those in crisis get their lives back.
Our next global initiative is to fulfill God's commandment by disseminating the 7 Laws of Noah to the Nations of the World. The KOTU Centre plans to launch the Nation Of Noah (NON) website in 2018. Our vision is unlike anything else ever imagined, as we plan to sign up millions, possibly hundreds of millions of non Jews to recognize them as members of The Nation Of Noah following the 7 Laws of Noah (Sheva Mitzvot B'nei Noach).
If you are planning to visit Israel and would like to stay in an amazing place filled with tremendous light and spectacular views, come and reserve The KOTU Centre Guesthouse which can accommodate up to 4 adults. Or for larger groups, we can make the arrangements for you. The KOTU Centre event space is also a great place to host your Sheva Brochot or Special Occasion with floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the Knesset and Rechavia as you celebrate your simcha.
The KOTU Centre could not survive without the help and support of the Jewish Community. If you've had the opportunity to experience a KOTU event or would like to in the future, please help to keep us moving forward.