The congregation grew steadily, and in 1913 the congregation, anticipating more growth, decided to construct a more permanent structure. When the synagogue was built, there were six active Jewish congregations in Toledo. The cornerstone for the synagogue was laid on December 14th, 1913 being completed by the summer of 1914. The building was designed by local architect Sidney Aftel, who was a member of the congregation. The congregation continued to grow, and in 1915 they hired a full-time rabbi.
The congregation’s population rose steadily throughout the decades by the 1930s it was the largest congregation in Toledo. By the 1950s, the size of the congregation nearly 1000 members in 1955 due to this increase in size, the congregation moved out of the building, to a newly constructed synagogue in West Toledo. The building sat vacant until 1966 when a new religious organization purchased the building. The building was now home to The True Church of God of the Apostolic Faith, under its founder Eli Williams. The True Church of God of the Apostolic Faith still occupies the building today.