Letter to God
Our volunteers, Jerusalem Christians, will place your written petition in the Temple of the Holy Sepulchre on a particular date and time, according to your instructions. They will send you a photo the letter with details on the time and specific location where it was placed.
Write a letter to God
How it works
You complete the order form on the website
You pay for your order
Your order is delivered to Jerusalem
We print your order
Bring a letter to the Church and make donation
We take a photo
We place the letter in the Temple
We send you a photo report labelled with the time and place it was left
Photos of messages that have been placedSee all photos
Locations for placing letters to God
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre has two areas for placing petitions written to God: the Chapel of Adam, located under the Altar of Calvary, and the column split by the Holy Fire, at the entrance of the basilica. The Chapel of Adam is an exceptional place that unites the redeeming purity of Jesus with the power of superhuman wisdom and the singular knowledge of the ancient sciences of Melchizedek, the legendary founder of Jerusalem. The chapel is an ideal place for prayers and letters to the Almighty. The column split by the Holy Light is, for Orthodox pilgrims, the preferred place to leave written petitions.