Light Your Candle in the Church of Holy Sepulcher

GoJerusalem has already lit over 7500 candles in The Church of the Holy Sepulchre for believers around the world. Even if you can’t make it to the Old City in person, you can send your prayers to be recited in holy Jerusalem. Let us help you connect with the divine in the world’s holiest place and light a candle on your behalf within the Church and place your prayer on the Stone of Anointing.

For the affordable price of just $22, we will light a candle on your behalf in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and place your prayer on the Stone of Anointing. All candles are lit on the day following your request.

For the price of $80, we will light for you a candle every day for one week. We can light the candle in your name or in the name of a loved one for a seven consecutive days and place your prayer on the Stone of Anointing

For just $99 plus shipping, GoJerusalem will light a candle in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and will send you, via mail, the candle after it has been lit. Your gift comes in a special, personalized olive wood box,

About the Church of Holy Sepulcher

Rising out of the maze of alleyways that constitutes the Old City’s Christian Quarter is the hulking edifice of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the most important Holy Land pilgrimage destination for the Catholic and Orthodox denominations of Christianity. The massive church is built over the purported location of both Golgotha, the hill outside of Jerusalem upon which Christ was crucified, and the tomb in which he was laid (the eponymous sepulchre) before his resurrection. Built on the orders of Emperor Constantine in 325, the church has attracted a steady stream of pilgrims since its construction (minus a few tumultuous periods of Christian-Muslim war). Control of the grounds and interior is sharply divided between Catholics and various Orthodox denominations, in a tenuous status quo that often degenerates into physical violence between monks, and has prevented much-needed structural repairs. The individual shrines range from near-chintz to great works of art, and the cavernous interior provides a wealth of sights to take in.