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The tradition of Mikvah and the laws of Family Purity are central to Jewish life. Discover more about the tradition that can become a rich and fulfilling part of your marriage.

  Rock-cut Mikvah from Second Temple Period (1st century BCE), Jerusalem.

The Mikvah is Open!

A little history:  October 7, 2005, just days after Rosh Hashanah, 
through the Will of Hashem, the Mikvah was filled to capacity.  
Both Bors (pits) were filled with rainwater, and the Mikvah 
was used for the first time.

We have pictures of the first Mikvah filling, and the full bor. 
See them HERE.

The Mikvah is available for Men on Shabbos and Yom Tovim.  It may also be opened by request.  Please contact the office for additional times.

Photos of the Mikvah as it is today are available in the Photo Gallery. 
Click here to see the Mikvah Photo Album!  Launch slide show in the album to view photo comments.

If you'd like to learn more about Mikvahs, click More... button above, or take a virtual Mikvah tour, and to find a Mikvah in a Mikvah directory, click below:

The Mikvah is operating on a normal schedule.  Please call the Office for appointments or with any questions you may have.
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