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Though the founding Jews of St. Thomas affiliated with what would be identified today as Sephardic Orthodox, in 1947 the congregation joined the Union for Reform Judaism and now identifies as a Reform Synagogue. The Reform Siddur Mishkan T’filah is used during worship services. That being said, the Synagogue serves the religious needs of a diverse Jewish population and welcomes all denominations and backgrounds.

We welcome guests to attend our Shabbat services held on Friday evenings at 6:30pm. Shabbat times may differ on festivals and holidays, so please check the Synagogue calendar.

Our Synagogue is open to visitors:
Monday-Thursday: 9am-4pm
Friday: 9am-3pm

Free tours of the synagogue are given in season (Oct-July) by our docents in the congregation. We ask that a donation be made to the synagogue in lieu of payment for tours.

Please see our membership page about becoming a “Chai member”

Upcoming Events

  • With great sorrow we will be unable to off Selichot Services this year.
  • Revised High Holy Days Schedule will be posted soon.
  • Erev Shabbat Services will be held Friday, September 15th at 5pm in order to be off the roads by curfew.
  • There will be no Shabbat morning worship Saturday September 16th.