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Welcome!

     Our beautiful synagogue is an architectural and historical gem in the middle of the Caribbean. Visitors of all faiths experience wonder and awe standing within its simple and stately interior. It is a must-see for all who visit St. Thomas.
      We welcome you to our website and invite you to browse through its different parts. We also hope to welcome you in person to our Synagogue, which has been declared a National Historic Landmark.
     You can find us on "Synagogue Hill" in downtown Charlotte Amalie, just a few short blocks up from the Waterfront and Main Street. Just take Raadet's Gade from Main Street (H. Stern is on that corner) up to the top of the hill, turn left and the Synagogue is the second building on the right.
     If you want to reach us beforehand, call 340-774-4312, write us at PO Box 266, St. Thomas, USVI, 00804, or e-mail us at hebrewcong@islands.vi.
     Please come visit us -- and enjoy our beautiful island!

Welcome!
   Our beautiful synagogue is an architectural and historical gem in the middle of the Caribbean. Visitors of all faiths experience wonder and awe standing in its simple and stately interior.
  We welcome you to our website -- enjoy it! We also hope to welcome you in person to our Synagogue, which is a National Historic Landmark. Call us at 340-774-4312 or e-mail hebrewcong@islands.vi.
  
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