Worship Watches

In addition to our regular congregational Shabbat worship (11am Saturday mornings), multiple mid-week and monthly worship watches take place in the Kehilat HaCarmel Worship Center, in which there is an interweaving of worship, proclamation, and intercession. At special times of the year, we also have extended watches of 12 or more hours, involving multiple teams, both local Israeli Jewish and Arab, as well as international teams.

 

Weekly Worship Watches

Tuesdays, 2pm-4pm

Wednesdays, 10:00am-11:30am.

Thursday mornings, 10:00-11:30am *no watch, Sept 12** Please plan on joining us for worship that evening!!** *

Please contact the office if you have a question.

 

Evening Worship Watches

Thursday evenings, 7:30-9:00pm Watch with local International Houses of Prayer.

Next worship night with Sarah Liberman and her inter-congregational team will be September 12th.


Special Intercession & Worship Events:

- - Sept 29, starting at 6pm, Erev Rosh HaShana Special Watch with Karen Davis and international Houses of Prayer

- - Oct. 1, 2pm-4pm Special Watch with Jamie Fitt

- - Oct. 10: 10am-6pm Extended Worship Watch with local and international teams.
*Times subject to change. Please contact the office if you have a question regarding watches.

Keep checking here for details of other worship events!

2020

-- Global Watchmen Summit, Thurs.-Fri., April 2-3, 2020: Once again, we will be co-hosting with The Global Watch (including internet link: https://www.theglobalwatch.com/), 2 days of intercession and worship in the Kehilat HaCarmel worship center. International prayer leaders and intercessors will be joining together with Israeli believers — Jews and Arabs and others — to pray for an outpouring of revival in Israel, and security on all the borders of Israel.

If you are interested in attending as an international participant, including accommodations and intercessory touring, please visit their website at https://www.theglobalwatch.com/israel-2020.html or e-mail them at info@theglobalwatch.com.
For local Israelis and local residents, day registration will be required. More details and pre-registration will available January 2020.