Your Prayer at the Western Wall

The Fellowship  |  August 8, 2017

Yael Eckstein praying at the Western Wall

In the Scriptures, the shofar, or ram’s horn, was blown as Moses ascended Mt. Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments. And the Torah explains how this sacred instrument is used to give multiple blasts to signify the beginning of Rosh Hashanah – which begins the Jewish High Holy Days.

Today, The Fellowship sounds the shofar for you as an invitation to add your prayers at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.

As part of this Prayer at the Wall focus, your concerns will be taken to the Western Wall – known as the Kotel in Hebrew – which is all that remains of the Second Temple.

For many years now, it has been a privilege to pray for you in Israel at this most sacred site. It is an honor for Yael Eckstein and The Fellowship team to enter into another season of reverent, uninterrupted prayer time on your behalf. Send your prayer needs directly to The Fellowship today.

And when you send your prayer, we urge you to consider sending your very best gift to provide much-needed food, clothing, critical medicines, and many other basic necessities to the most vulnerable among the Jewish people.

The Lord has placed in our hands the sacred opportunity to help fulfill this biblical promise through our Guardians of Israel outreach. Together, we can be God’s instrument in this work of mercy – which would be impossible without your prayers and generous gifts.

With your gift of love and support, impoverished Jews – including elderly Holocaust survivors – will receive the help they need.