You don't have to be religious to love this place. This is a remarkable renovation -- if you appreciate the art of restoring a sacred space, this is a not-to-be-missed stop in Derry. We found it moving (an atheist and a Jewish person) and peaceful. Super interesting if you learn a bit about how long it has been there and what went into its building, restoration, etc.
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