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We visited the synagogue and had a wonderful 1 hour tour. The synagogue has a very rich history that demonstrates the importance of religious freedom and tolerance in the US. The sanctuary is beautiful. Our guide was a retired professor who gave us an enthusiastic,...More
As part of “A World of Jewish Culture at Piccolo Spoleto”, my wife and I attended a concert titled “Aron Zelkowicz and Friends at BSBI.” All 3 performers, Aron Zelkowicz (cello), Nurit Pacht (violin) and Taisiya Pushkar (piano) were superb in the pieces that they...More
My partner and I stopped in to see the oldest continuously running synagogue in the US and were greeted with a welcoming group of volunteers. We felt right at home. Linda was an incredible guide, and opened our eyes to not only the temple’s rich...More
The people, and other congregants who were shopping, were very friendly. They readily told the history of their synagogue and its significance. We were give a tour and could see many interesting items around the sanctuary and up on the bema.
The gift shop had...More
The congregants were very friendly and welcoming. We enjoyed an excellent Italian meal Friday night and cholent and great lunch on Saturday. The rabbi spoke about the newly enlarged eruv and how many details fell into place due to special intervention. Shul services were very...More
We visited the Synagogue during our trip to Charleston. The tour lasted about an hour. Although it was $10 the cost was with it (there are discounts for students and military)
The guide provided a comprehensive history of Judaism in Charleston. What I found very...More