Welcome to Christ Church Jerusalem

Christ Church, founded 1849, is a center of prayer for all nations with worship reflecting the Jewish context of the gospel.

Service times

Sunday service broadcast on Facebook & YouTube
6 p.m. Israel | 4 p.m. UK | 11 a.m. ET US

  • Sunday Morning Holy Communion Service – 09:30
  • Sunday Evening Worship – 18:00
  • Wednesday Morning Eucharist – 10:30
  • Wednesday Morning Ladies’ Study Group – 10:00 in the rectory*
  • Wednesday Evening Bible Study – 19:00 in conference room*

* Subject to change due to special events and holidays. Please verify with the church secretary (churchsecretary@cmj-israel.org).

Inside Christ Church, Jerusalem

“May it [Christ Church] grow into a great tree of life, under whose branches the dispersed of Israel shall find shelter, and whose fruit shall be for the healing of the nations.”

John Nicolayson, 1848

Hear our weekly sermons & Bible studies

Notes for the Leviticus study can be found here.

Available on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, TuneIn, Spotify, Google Play, or PlayerFM (RSS feed). Videos of sermons are also available on YouTube.

Podcast feed on phone on Bible

Our Liturgies


It's easy to find Christ Church, Jerusalem, as we're just 200 metres from the Jaffa Gate of the Old City. As you walk through the Jaffa Gate, bear to the right and up the slight incline with David's Tower to your right. You'll see the gated entrance to the Christ Church compound on your left. You can also use Google Maps to find us by entering your own start point or current location and then click "get directions".

Our contact details are also at the bottom of this page should you need to reach us, and you can also find us via our Facebook page.

If you want to stay very locally, you're welcome to book accommodation with us at the Christ Church Guest House or even pop in for a speciality coffee, tea or herbal infusion at our wonderful Coffee Shop and enjoy the peaceful surroundings in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the Old City.

It'll be great to see you soon.

But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.