Shiloh is a very traditional place for Prayer. In Biblical times, Shiloh was the spiritual Capital of the Jewish People, and there were Holyday pilgrimages to the Mishkan, Tabernacle in Shiloh.
The well-known story of Chana, who prayed for a son, Samuel The Prophet, took place in Shiloh. And now Shiloh is a very easily accessible location with all one needs for a day of touring and prayers. As an archeological site, it is beautiful and well cared for.
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PS If you'd like to organize transportation, then contact Ben Levine of Awesome Tours. He has a supersized van, a bus that has room for fifteen 15 passengers comfortably. He'll help you arrange a truly inspiring Rosh Chodesh (or any day) in Shiloh