Beth Jacob Synagogue
20. Beth Jacob Synagogue 161 Stirling Ave. S., Kitchener built 1962 design: Joseph B. Singer, Hamilton OPEN only at 2, 3, and 4 p.m. for 30 min. guided session in the sanctuary Doors open 10 minutes prior to each session Doors close when session begins NO late arrivals, please Etiquette in the sanctuary – what you need to know:  Males are asked to wear hats, or the kippot supplied by Beth Jacob  All are asked to wear clothing appropriate to a place of prayer  Please refrain from photography and using any electronic devices, as Doors Open falls on the Sabbath Beth Jacob is a Modern Orthodox Jewish congregation founded in 1908. Its synagogue, the only one of its kind in Waterloo Region, reflects, demonstrates, and respects Biblical design features of Moses’ Tabernacle in the wilderness, and the later First and Second Temples of Jerusalem. The sanctuary features excellent acoustics, requisite religious items, beautiful stained glass windows, and distinctive modern architecture by eminent Jewish Canadian architect Joe Singer. Parking Partial Wheelchair Access Washrooms