For some it was their first time participating in our prayers and tour of Tel Shiloh.
As anyone who has studied any Jewish Bible knows, Shiloh is a traditional place for prayer. The Mishkan, Tablernacle rested here for 369 years. During that time, Shiloh was the spiritual and administrative Capital of the Jewish People.
Archeological finds confirm the Biblical narrative.
For the past year or so Miryam Blum has been enriching our Rosh Chodesh Prayers by giving us inspiring tours while we walk together to the location which most experts believe was the spot where the Mishkan stood.
That is where we pray.
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You're welcome to join our facebook page. Tel Shiloh is open to visitors daily. Tours can be arranged through the office. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02-994-4019.