- Beth Tzedec Congregation is a congregation for the Jewish community in Toronto. Established in 1955, it has been spreading the Jewish word since several years. It upholds and teaches Jewish traditions and culture. Through minyans, and parashas the congregation aims to spread the holy word. It is actively involved in the welfare of the Jewish community. The Reuben & Helena Dennis Museum is one of the major highlights here. Here you will be able to see a large collection of Jewish ornaments, lamps, antiques and other artifacts. It is considered to be the fifth largest museum to hold Jewish artifacts. While here you can also drop in at the Max and Beatrice Wolfe Library. You could shop at the Gift Shop for various prayer mementos among other stuff. The library has a large assortment of books, documents and periodicals for everyone.
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