History - Sephardic Kehila Centre
Since its inception in September 1997, Jews of all traditions have enjoyed the Sephardic Kehila Centre’s extraordinary facilities and programming. Countless people have participated in its myriad activities designed for men, women and children at every age and stage of their cultural, educational and religious development.
Crowned with its distinctive dome visible from afar, the Sephardic Kehila Centre is prominently situated in the heart of Jewish Toronto, at the intersection of two major thoroughfares. Over the years, Torah personalities, political figures and Jews throughout North America and around the world have visitedthe buildingand taken part in its many programs, special events and smachot. All hold the Centreand its sacred mission in the highest esteem.
Families, individuals, organizations, associations and businesses have utilized the Sephardic Kehila Centre’s two banquet halls and other facilities for many occasions including weddings, bar/bat misvot, britot, graduation ceremonies, lectures, concerts, conferences, special celebrations and more.