Visiting KAMAY NI HESUS SHRINE and Healing Church in Lucban, Quezon

Kamay ni Hesus Travel Guide for First-Time Visitors

Statue of Jesus Christ in Kamay ni Hesus Shrine

Ultimate Travel Guide to KAMAY NI HESUS HEALING SHRINE for First-time Travelers

If you are looking for an ideal day trip destination from Manila, check out the town of Lucban in Quezon Province. This town has a lot of beautiful spots to visit, nice resorts, and a must-visit pilgrimage site.

It was my fourth time visiting the Kamay ni Hesus Shrine, in fact, I climbed the 305 steps grotto to see the 50-foot statue of the Ascending Christ up close several times already.

Inside Kamay ni Hesus Healing Chapel
Inside Kamay ni Hesus Healing Chapel

After our lunch at Patio Rizal Hotel and Restaurant and a short visit to Buddy’s Commissary, we visited Kamay ni Hesus Shrine in Lucban Quezon.

Together with PHILTOA Southern Luzon FAM TOUR participants, we attended an afternoon mass at Kamay ni Hesus Healing Chapel before heading to our next destination.

Lucban Quezon is not just known for Pahiyas, Pancit Habhab, and Longanisa, It’s now getting more popular as a pilgrimage site. Since the majority of Filipinos are Catholic, this shrine can easily attract visitors to visit Lucban not just for food and colorful festivals but to repent, give thanks and pray for healing at Kamay ni Hesus Shrine said Rebecca V. Labit – Regional Director Department of Tourism – Region IV.

Kamay ni Hesus Shrine in Lucban Quezon

Long before Kamay ni Hesus Healing Church became a popular pilgrimage site, Dolores Quezon has been a popular Holy Week destination of Lenten pilgrims and summer trekkers but for those who want to avoid longer trek, Kamay ni Hesus Shrine in Lucban Quezon is now becoming an all year round destination for people who wants to attend the healing mass conducted in the chapel.

Via Dolorosa Grotto in Lucban Quezon
Via Dolorosa Grotto in Lucban Quezon

Kamay ni Hesus Shrine and Healing Center was constructed in February 2002 with the help of Quezonians and other Filipino Donors from various communities in the United States. With the help of some local donors, Father Joey Faller even shared the money he inherited from the family heirloom to financially sustain the construction of the Healing Center.

Statue of Jesus Christ in Kamay ni Hesus Shrine
Statue of Jesus Christ in Kamay ni Hesus Shrine

The statue of Christ at the Via Dolorosa Grotto is 50ft tall and currently the World’s third tallest Risen Christ Statue. Upon reaching the top, a spectacular bird’s eye view of the town will greet you.

Grotto Schedule

  • Monday & Tuesday 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
  • Thursday & Friday  8:00 AM-4:30 PM
  • Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Things to do in Kamay ni Hesus 

Within the 5 hectare property, visitors can also visit Luklukan ni Maria, Noah’s Ark, Resurrected Christ, Gallery of Saints, Garden of Eden, The Angels Hill, Pastoral Center, Holy Family Park, Sea of Galilee, Prayer Room, Devotion Room, The Marian Park, and the religious Murals.

Noah’s Ark was constructed for people who want to have a spiritual retreat, recollections, and seminars for the families in need of spiritual and marital renewal. It is complete with a conference hall, refectory, and accommodation.

Kamay ni Hesus Healing Mass photo via FB page
Kamay ni Hesus Healing Mass photo via FB page

Kamay ni Hesus Healing Church Regular Mass Schedule

Weekdays

  • Monday – 9:00 AM
  • Tuesday  9:00AM
  • Wednesday –  9:30AM – Healing Mass
  • Thursday – 9:00AM
  • Friday –  9:00AM

Saturday

  • 9:30 AM – Healing Mass
  • 5:00 PM – Anticipated Mass

Sunday

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  • 7:30  AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 11:30 AM
  • 3:00 PM – Healing Mass

Kamay ni Hesus Healing Mass Schedule

  • Every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday at 9:30am

For mass intent go to the Church office or you may call +63-42-540-2206 / +63-917-596-9103

How to Get to Kamay ni Hesus Healing Shrine

By Car

  • Take the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and exit in any of the following routes:

Exit 52a (Lucena, Legazpi, Batangas exit)

  • Towns to pass: Sto. Tomas Junction – Alaminos – San Pablo – Tiaong – Candelaria – Sariaya – Lucena City – Tayabas – LUCBAN
  • Travel time: Approximately 3-4 hours

Exit 52b (Calamba, Los Baños, Pagsanjan exit)

  • Towns to pass: Calamba – Los Baños (College) – Bay – Pila – Sta. Cruz – Pagsanjan – Cavinti – Luisiana – LUCBAN
  • Travel time: Approximately 2-3 hours

By Bus / Public transportation

Regular commercial buses ply the three-hour Manila-Lucena route passing Tiaong, Candelaria, and Sariaya or the Manila-Calamba-Los Baños-Sta. Cruz route.

Whether you are In Lucena City or Sta. Cruz, Laguna, there are jeepneys and minibusses that will take you to Lucban and other neighboring towns. Bus terminals are located along EDSA-Kamuning in Quezon City, Araneta Center in Cubao, Buendia-Taft Avenues, and EDSA in Pasay City.

There are also buses and vans in Alabang that will take you to Sta. Cruz, Laguna, or Lucena City. From Lucena City, you can take a Jeepney ride to the town of Lucban.

FAQ:

What time do they open?

  • Kamay ni Jesus Gate is open daily from 6:00AM to 6:00PM

Where to shop and eat in Kamay ni Hesus?

  • There are several souvenir stalls and shops that sell snacks and drinks inside the complex.

Is there a Parking Lot in Kamay ni Hesus?

  • Yes, they do have a parking space inside the complex.

Kamay ni Hesus Shrine and Healing Church
Location: Brgy. Tinamnan, Lucban Quezon
Website: http://kamaynihesus.ph/
Telephone: +63-42-540-2206
Cellphone No.: +63-917-5969103
Email: info@kamaynihesus.ph

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