The Immanuel Lutheran Church in Jaffa is a gem, to surely be visited.

The church was built in 1904 and is situated in the old American/German Colony just before Jaffa turns into the vicinity of Tel Aviv.

Since 1955 the Norwegian Church Ministry in Israel has been in charge of the premises.

Today a number of congregations -besides the Lutheran- are using the facilities.

The church is open for the public Tuesday – Friday from 10 until 14.

Groups are also welcome.

There are approximately 10-12 a year; mainly organ concerts.

All concerts are free of charge – but the church does accept donations at the end of the concert.

All concerts start at 20:30 unless otherwise stated. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the concert.

There is no parking available on Be’er Hofman.

It is advised to use the parking lot at Elifelet Street.

To view concerts’ Dates please use this link:

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