Since it was Rosh Chodesh Sivan, the first day of the Jewish Month, we said the Hallel Prayer together and then each of us prayed privately, overlooking where Biblical Chana poured out her heart to G-d. The Jewish Laws of Prayer are derived from how Chana prayed, moving her lips but silently.
Chana prayed for a son who would be dedicated to G-d, trained to lead the Jewish People. We, too, pray for a leader.
You don't have to wait for a special time. Shiloh is open and available for visitors, tourists, pilgrims etc. The Tel is open for visitors, prayers and special events at all times. For more information, call the Tourist Office of Tel Shiloh, 02-994-4019.
There is now, also, a Coffee Shop--Gallery. Snacks, art work and souvenirs are for sale. Meals for groups can be arranged.