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24-Hour Worship and
Prayer in Jerusalem.

Modern day praise before the ancient Temple Mount.

24-Hour Worship and
Prayer in Jerusalem.

Modern day praise before the ancient Temple Mount.

Celebrating 14 years of 24/7 worship and prayer in Jerusalem.

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Succat Hallel
24/7 Worship Room
Ein Rogel 5
Jerusalem, Israel

Arriving by Bus or Taxi

If arriving by bus, alight at the First Train Station bus stop.  Walk east on David Remez Street to the intersection with Hebron Road.  Cross Hebron Road and keep to the right at the “Y” – this is Ein Rogel Street.  Succat Hallel is about two blocks further on the left, #5 Ein Rogel.

If you are arriving by taxi, ask the taxi driver to take you to #5 Ein Rogel. If the driver is unfamiliar with this address, ask for the Mount Zion Hotel – all taxi drivers know where this is. From the hotel, walk south on Hebron Road (uphill from the hotel) to the first traffic light. Cross the street and then face left. As you face a “Y” keep on the street to the right, going slightly uphill – this is Ein Rogel Street.  Succat Hallel is about two blocks further on the left, #5 Ein Rogel.

Arriving by Your Own Transport

If you are coming with your own transportation, you may be able to find parking on Ein Rogel Street across from Succat Hallel. However, the easiest place to find parking is across the street from Mount Zion Hotel. If you park there, cross the street and walk south Hebron Road (uphill from the hotel) until you reach the traffic light. Cross the street and then face left. As you face a “Y” keep on the street to the right, going slightly uphill, which is Ein Rogel. Succat Hallel is about two blocks further on the left, #5 Ein Rogel.

Walking From the Old City

We are less than 15 minutes walk from the Old City. Leave the Old City by Jaffa Gate, turn left, and walk downhill on Hativat Yerushalayim. At the traffic lights at the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Hebron Road. Walk uphill until you reach the traffic lights just after the Mount Zion Hotel. Cross the street, and then face left. As you face a “Y” keep on the street to the right, going slightly uphill, which is Ein Rogel. Succat Hallel is about two blocks further on the left, #5 Ein Rogel.