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Frederick Lutheran Church

Norre Gade, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
+1 340-776-1315
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A Georgian-style church with a sweeping stairway and antique chandelier.
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  • Very good40%
  • Average6%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible0%
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Norre Gade, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
+1 340-776-1315
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Reviewed 16 July 2015

To star with, we normally never goes to Church. We went here on a Sunday with two kids of 3 and 5 as we had been recommended to go. This was a fantastic expereince. We stayed for two hours and was welcommed and sat i...More

1  Thank Ryttergaard
Reviewed 10 June 2015

It's nice and if you're a religious person then you'll find it interesting and I'm sure enjoy going to see it, but I've been to St. Paul's, St. Peter's and the Duomo in Florence, so this didn't do anything for me not even as a...More

Thank James A
Reviewed 24 April 2015

This historic church has a gift for welcoming visitors and it is a great place to experience the non-touristy part of Charlotte Amalie. Services are held at 9am on Sundays.

2  Thank porchbooks
Reviewed 31 March 2015

The Church is of historical interest, build in 1793, and the official Church for the Danes when they ruled the Islands. The Sunday service takes around 1 hour and 45 minuttes.

2  Thank Kenneth_Pedersen
Reviewed 15 March 2015

This was a nice stop for us to enjoy the beauty of the church and learn about it extensive history. When you visit make sure you go inside, look up, enjoy the architecture, take a good look at the chandelier and the angels in it....More

Thank DebTraveler57
Reviewed 10 March 2015

The service this sunday lasted for an hour and 45 minutes, it was a happy and very warm and kind congregation. All visitors in this radiotransmitted service were very well treated and we all felt to be the most important person in the Church. I...More

1  Thank NilsMS
Reviewed 9 March 2015

The church is up a hill from the main shopping district. It was a respite from that madness. When you enter, you are taken back to a bygone day. Thank you Jesus.

Thank Jim L
Reviewed 9 March 2015

Bulit in 1666. Very interesting architecture. The Church's ceiling resembles a wood ship's hull. still an active Lutheran parish. Go to the services on 9 AM Sunday morning.

Thank Joe B
Reviewed 5 March 2015

Located on Norre Gade about two blocks east of Charlotte Amalie’s shopping district on Main Street, the Frederick Lutheran Church, with is Gothic architectural elements and history, is one of the more interesting stops on a walking tour of historic Charlotte Amalie. Founded in 1666,...More

Thank Steve1362
Reviewed 2 February 2015

This Church has been Danish in early days and at that time the slaves was parted from the white People in the Church, now it's otherwise. You will be given a warm welcome. Dress up With Nice clothes and go to this Church. You will...More

2  Thank LisaStigre
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Response from James H | Reviewed this property |
I attended Frederick Lutheran Church on 30 November 2014 and at that time the Sunday School met at 8 AM and Church at 9 AM. I would think the times are the same now.