But during the day people still come to the Tel for their private prayers, the very same place where the Mishkan, the Holy Tabernacle rested for 369 years, the very same place where Chana prayed for a son, Shmuel, who was the force in Jewish History who transformed the Hebrew tribes into a Kingdom.
In today's troubled times we need a Shmuel and a King David.
Join us at the Tel on Rosh Chodesh Tammuz, Friday, July 4th, the First Day of Tammuz, at 9:45 am. For more information and travel instructions contact mmdcta at yahoo dot com .
You don't have to wait for a special time. Shiloh is open and available for visitors, tourists, pilgrims etc. for tours, private prayers and special events. For more information, please call the Tourist Office of Tel Shiloh, 02-994-4019.
There is now, also, a Coffee Shop--Gallery. Snacks, art work and souvenirs including photographs are for sale. Meals for groups can be arranged.