I visited here with a group and guide and just loved the area around - old, old houses.
Although the Templars, who came here in 1886, did not believe in having churches, the German settlers eventually did build one. The vestry, known as Church House, is at 9 Rehov Auerbach. Built at the beginning of the century it still has the handsome original staircase inside.
The church itself, also known as Immanuel Church, has undergone considerable renovation inside, but it is interesting to note the inscriptions in Hebrew and the large organ, said to be one of the best in the region. Whilst there the very nice pastor, from Norway, played the organ for us. The photo was taken at night.
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