That's how I got the idea to call for Women's Prayers at Tel Shiloh on Rosh Chodesh. For the past few years I post simple blog announcements like here, also email and facebook notices, inviting women to pray together at Shiloh, where Biblical Chana prayed for a son who would rescue the Jewish People from the sin and anarchy of the days of Judges. Ancient Shiloh has been in Israeli hands since the 1967 Six Days War, and there has been a Jewish community since Shvat, 1978. We moved here (to Shiloh) during Ellul, late summer, 1981. There's a tourist center at Tel Shiloh, so you're not restricted to my Rosh Chodesh events. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and if you'd like to get on my list email me. The next Women's Prayers at Tel Shiloh on Rosh Chodesh will be:
The people here in the picture weren't at Tel Shiloh for my prayer group. They were just tourists we found when we went to pray. As you can see, the drizzle didn't faze them a single bit. They just wandered around armed with umbrellas.