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Service Times

Eruv Boundaries

Mikvah Usage

Kosher Restaurants & Shopping

Family Friendly Outings


Morning Services:

Sunday: 8:00 AM
Mon/Thurs: 6:50 AM
Tues/Wed/Fri: 7:00 AM
Shabbos: 9:00 AM



Please call for details





The area surrounding the Forest Hill Jewish Centre is fully within the Toronto Eruv.

The Eruv status is updated each Friday afternoon.

To confirm the Eruv status or if you any questions, please visit 
or please call 416-350-2879.




Women's Mikvah

The Forest Hill Jewish Centre boasts a beautiful new women's only mikvah tahara which is open Friday night and Jewish holidays by appointment only.  For more details, please go to our Mikvah page.



Kosher Consumers:

The Kashrus agency in Toronto is the "COR".  Their website offers consumer resources here as well as a list of kosher restaurants throughout the city.


Grocery Stores with Kosher Selection


Supermarket with small selection of kosher prepared foods and dairy.
Short walk from the FHJC.
Address: 396 St Clair Ave W  Toronto, ON  M5P 3N3

Metro - Lawrence Plaza

Supermarket with massive selection of kosher prepared foods, dairy and meat. 
Address: 3090 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M6A 2A2




Kosher Restaurants in Forest Hill Area

Savion by Windsor Arms Hotel

Glatt kosher hotel dining. 
Address: 18 Saint Thomas St Toronto, ON M5S 3E7
Phone: 416-971-9666

The 'Que

Kosher burgers, ribs, brisket & wings plus beers served in a laid-back joint with a graffiti mural.
Address: 1100 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 2E2
Phone: 416-785-1727    

3SK Cafe

3SK Cafe is a locally owned Toronto Cafe committed to providing healthy food and a nourishing and inspiring experience for every guest
Address: 1054 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 2C5
Phone: 416-781-0375

Marron Bistro

Kosher French dishes plus burgers & steak served in a refined dining room with leather banquettes.
Address: 948 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 2C5
Phone: 416-784-0128

Bistro Grande

Smart, casual spot for eclectic kosher fare in an elegant cream dining area or on the patio.
Address: 1000 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 2C5
Phone: 416-782-3302

Aish Tanoor

Middle Eastern–focused kosher menu offered in a narrow, modest space with a tiny patio.
Address: 994 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 2C5
Phone: 647-352-5535




Family Friendly Outings in Toronto


CN Tower

When most people think of Toronto they get an image of the CN Tower.  It held the record for the world's largest free standing structure for 32 years. At 1800 + feet tall, see out over all the buildings for an amazing view of the city. 

Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum or ROM for short has something for everyone, with dinosaurs, historical pieces and artwork from around the world. Check their website to see which special exhibitions are happening. Easily accessed from the subway with it's own TTC station. 

Ontario Science Centre

Enjoy an educational outing where kids learn and experience the fun of science first hand. While you're there check out a documentary on the special Imax screen. 

Toronto Zoo

This large zoo has wonderful exotic animals waiting to say hello!

High Park: Zoo, Jamie Bell Adventure Park & more

Less people know about this downtown zoo in High Park so it's just between us. Entry is totally free and you can get up close with animals like the capybaras or peacocks (whom have celebrity status after they escaped the zoo years back). While you're there explore around High Park and you'll find swans and other wildlife and numerous picnic and relaxation areas. High Park is accessible through public transportation with it's own TTC station and there is also free parking. 

There are numerous other things to do in the park from a the Jamie Bell Adventure Park (whimsical children's playground castle)  to ice skating, biking and more activities (bike rentals are available throughout Toronto).


Casa Loma

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Toronto is just a short walk away from Forest Hill Jewish Centre! Casa Loma (Spanish for "Hill House") is a Gothic Revival style mansion and garden turned into a historical museum. There is more than meets the eye to the castle, with secret rooms and an "escape room" attraction.
The castle and the nearby Spadina Museum also host numerous special events throughout the year - watch out for them! They are equally as popular with locals as with visitors.  

Hockey Hall of Fame:

If you're into hockey there is no better place than the Hockey Hall of Fame to get deeper into the history of the sport.

Ripley's Aquarium:

Canada's largest aquarium! Sharks swim all around you while you take in the dazzling fish. There is even a chance to get to touch manta rays!

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

The ultimate indoor LEGO playground with 2 rides, 10 LEGO build & play zones, a 4D cinema & much more!

Art Gallery of Ontario

A wide selection of beautiful art and a building whose architecture is renowned in it's own right.

Festivals and Special Events

There are different festivals and special events happening year round included in this convenient site. 



Thank you for visiting our website and we hope to see you soon.
For any questions feel free to reach out to speak to Nancy at
416-483-0883 or any of the other staff at the FHJC.

Contact information is listed here. 



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