The Western Wall Jerusalem’s holiest site is a place a prayer for everyone. King
Solomon, at his dedication of the Temple, asked G-d to accept the prayers of all
who came to worship in this place. (1 Kings 8:41-43) Isaiah, the prophet, called
it “a house of prayer for all nations.”
Today, all that remains of the Temple is the Western Wall. But to pray at the Western Wall in Jerusalem remains a unique opportunity to have a direct line to Heaven, since Jewish sources teach that all prayers said all over the world ascend on High from this place.
Over the centuries, the custom developed to insert small pieces of paper,
inscribed with the supplicants’ prayers, in the cracks between the stones of the
But what if you can’t make it to Jerusalem in person?
We’re proud to offer you this unique opportunity to have your personal requests placed at the Western Wall for you.
Use the form below to type your personal prayer or supplication and we’ll make sure it gets to the Western Wall. Rest assured that your prayer will remain completely confidential. If you would like to receive a confirmation e-mail, then please supply a valid e-mail address with your prayer. If not, leave the e-mail block empty.
This service is free. We are not charging for delivering your prayers to the Wall. Jewish liturgy tells us, however, that prayer and charity, together, have the power to change Divine Decrees against us.
Please consider super-charging your prayer with a donation to our charity fund for disabled children in Jerusalem. Your donation, however small, would help provide much needed services, therapy and medications for severely disabled children in Jerusalem.
Read more about just one of the families our fund has pledged to help this season:
Thank you – and may G-d answer all your prayers for the good!