We can join with those who are praying in Jerusalem.
Grab your tallit (a Jewish prayer shawl), and click here for a live 24/7 feed of the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
The feed is made available by the Jerusalem Prayer Team.
The team has advice on praying for Jerusalem. Here is a good excerpt:
A practical suggestion to help put emotion into your prayers would be to imagine what it would be like to pray for Jerusalem’s peace as if you actually lived there. In such a case you would probably say things such as, “Please stop the suicide bombings, Lord. We can’t even feel safe when eating out at a restaurant. And I’m tired, terribly tired of the daily rockets being launched against us. Then is it possible to live for a whole year without fear of a nuclear attack from somewhere like Iran? It’s all wearing on me, God.”
As you see the news reported on TV or read articles about Jerusalem in news magazines or newspapers, attempt to read them as though you lived in Israel. Allow your sanctified imagination to help you become more than a dispassionate outsider.
Pretend you are there! For up-to-the-minute news from Israel, so you have current information to pray over, go to Arutz Sheva 7.