Founded in 1953, The Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (MNjcc) is a dynamic hub providing a wide range of educational, cultural, fitness, social, and recreational programming to Toronto’s culturally, ethnically, and economically diverse population. Each year the MNjcc provides more than 70,000 people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities with opportunities to learn, be active, and connect. The MNjcc is open to all and is committed to being a community leader in accessibility and inclusion, promoting diversity, and removing barriers.
Over the decades we have grown and innovated to provide essential services, outstanding programming, and meaningful experiences for people at every age and every stage of life.
ACCESSIBILITY & INCLUSION
The MNjcc is recognized as a leader in inclusive and accessible programming for those with mobility, sensory, developmental and intellectual disabilities, deaf communities, and those experiencing mental health challenges.
ARTS & CULTURE
We offer opportunities to be enriched through music, film, theatre, and the performing and visual arts through an array of programs for all generations.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
We are home to three schools including a childcare and preschool centre and an after-school program, as well as summer and winter camps for children and youth.
FITNESS & WELLNESS
People of all ages and abilities come to the MNjcc to enjoy a holistic approach to well-being, including personal training, group exercise classes, therapeutic fitness programs, and swim instruction and leadership training in downtown Toronto’s only accessible saltwater pool.
THE HUB OF DOWNTOWN JEWISH LIFE
The MNjcc creates inclusive cultural touch points through Adult Jewish Education, Jewish holiday celebrations, and special events, such as LGBTQ+ @ the J and Jewish& Interfaith/Intercultural families while simultaneously engaging the broader community in Jewish life.