Religion in the United States Virgin Islands
Religion in the United States Virgin Islands is varied. Only 7% of the religious population is non-Christian. 
As in most Caribbean countries, Christianity is the dominant religion in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Protestantism is most prevalent, reflecting the territory's Danish colonial heritage. There is also a strong Roman Catholic presence. Protestants makes up 59% (Baptist 42%, Episcopalian 17%) of the total religious population on the islands. Roman Catholics are 34% of the religious population
There are some Jews living in the Islands. The St. Thomas Synagogue built in 1833, is the second-oldest synagogue (building) and longest in continuous use now under the American flag. The synagogue is associated with the Reform Judaism movement.
There is a Buddhist temple located on the island of St. Thomas and more.
As in most of the Caribbean, various forms of Rastafari are practiced on the island.