Christ Church Guest House

Our B&B Guest House sits inside the walls of the historic old city of Jerusalem and offers both Israelis and pilgrims a safe haven for resting, exploring the Land and seeking an encounter with God.

Stay at our historic B&B accommodation

When you arrive at the Christ Church Guest House, you will enter another world - an oasis of peace and tranquillity amidst the hustle and bustle of the Old City's Jaffa Gate.

This is a haven and refuge from the busy-ness of the city, offering en-suite rooms with a beautiful courtyard where you can relax with a cup of coffee and cake from our fabulous coffee shop, or eat a meal from the restaurant.

Christ Church Guest House Jerusalem

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Inside the gates, visitors discover a tranquil courtyard amongst shady trees, flowers, and intriguing historic buildings. Christian staff members from around the world serve and minister to guests touring the Christ Church campus, and those staying in the Guest House. 

Facing the Guest House is the 19th century Christ Church – the first Protestant Church in the Middle East – where visitors can pray, or just bask in the unique atmosphere of one of the jewels of Jerusalem's undiscovered places. The church is home to a number of weekly worship services.  Next to the Church is the Minister's House, which served as the first British Consulate in Israel. 

Within the Guest House, visitors can enjoy refreshments or full meals in the Coffee Shop, or join in a Shabbat meal on Friday evenings. Living accommodation is comfortable, offering suites, single and double rooms furnished in the Ottoman style. 

There is also a beautiful, secluded prayer garden, available on request, for quiet reflection, study, prayer, and renewal.

The unique historical environment enables visitors to learn about the inspiring contributions by the London Jewish Society (now known as CMJ) to the land and people of Israel.  Our Heritage Centre, which includes the historic buildings, a number of 19th century architectural models and many displays and photographs, chronicle the events and notable individuals whose passion for God led them to work on behalf of the Jewish people. 

Christ Church Volunteers

We have an international team of volunteers at Christ Church whom we think of as family. Their main duties include housekeeping, various kitchen tasks, maintenance, reception and front desk duties. Volunteers work alongside our local team comprised of Arab and Jewish staff.

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Lots to see and do just a short walk away

There is much for our visitors to do including visiting our heritage centre and beautiful church. 

Outside shopkeepers hawk their wares and tourists throng the Arab Market and flock to the Old City’s many historic sites.

Within a short walk are Herod's Palace / David's Tower Museum, the Western Wall (Kotel), the Temple Mount, the Garden Tomb, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Via Dolorosa, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Zion.

We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Contact Us

For bookings please contact:

Christ Church Guest House, PO Box 14037, Jaffa Gate, Old City, Jerusalem 91140, Israel

T: +(972) 2-627-7727

F: +(972) 2-628-2999

E: christch@cmj-israel.org

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Christ Church Coffee Shop

Coffee Break

Our Coffee Shop is open seven days a week:

  • Monday-Saturday from 9:00 am until 8:00 pm 
  • Sunday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

We serve a range of flavoursome coffees, fabulous homemade cakes and delicious sandwiches - simply place your order and choose whether to take away or sit and relax with us.

Free WiFi is available to all our coffee shop guests.

Coffe and Cake

Immanuel Gift Shop

The Immanuel Gift Shop is an integral part of Christ Church's ministry.
The shop desires to extend a warm welcome to each visitor and to provide a friendly and safe atmosphere.

Gift Shop
And I will pour out on the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem a spirit of grace and supplication. They will look on me, the one they have pierced, and they will mourn for him as one mourns for an only child, and grieve bitterly for him as one grieves for a firstborn son.
Zechariah 12:10