With arms stretched over Jerusalem – Jerusalem Prayer Tower
The Jerusalem Prayer Tower is a sanctuary for every worshiper and intercessor in the heart of the Holy City
The historic Jaffa Street in Jerusalem connects the Old City with the modern City Center and is lined with cafes and little shops all the way to the Mahane Yehuda Market.
Just two tram stops up Jaffa Street away from the Old City Walls is the building that houses the King of Kings Community Church, a few Hebrew congregations, offices of FIRM and on the very top floor – a prayer room.
I first heard about the Jerusalem Prayer Tower from my brother almost 12 years ago. He was overcome by the amazing time of worship he experienced there, and how God spoke to him while looking over the city of Jerusalem.
It was an unforgettable experience for him, but also for me, being extremely curious and hungry to learn more about the God of Israel and His Holy City at the time.
This unique sanctuary of praise offers the most magnificent views in every direction. On a clear day, one can see not just the Old City, but also the Mount of Olives and the desert descent towards Jordan.
In this incredible setting, all believers can participate in Spirit-led prayer and intercession, experience greater intimacy with God in worship and ultimately enrich their faith.
The directors, staff and volunteers of the Jerusalem Prayer Tower are committed to Spirit-empowered ministry and intercede in agreement with God’s heart for Israel’s physical and spiritual restoration.
Worship is a testimony of their passion for God. At the same time, the prayer room is open to visitors from Israel and the nations, who wish to pray and worship in unity.
Visit the Jerusalem Prayer Tower profile for more information about upcoming courses and to support their efforts!
This article originally appeared on FIRM and is reposted with permission.
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Estera Wieja, born and raised in Poland, moved to Israel in 2010. She is a journalist and in 2018 joined the staff of Fellowship of Israel Related Ministries (FIRM) in Jerusalem.