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The Mikvah is a body of water gathered under very specific guidelines, used for the purpose of holiness and spiritual purity.  While the Mikvah has various uses, our Mikvah is primarily a women's mikvah.  According to tradition, water symbolizes purity, life and the abundance of G-d's blessings.  Immersion in the mikvah affords a Jewish woman the opportunity to connect with her husband, with Jewish women in the present and past, and with G-d in an extraodinary way.  It is an auspicious time for introspection and renewal.

 

If there is anything we can do to help make your Mikvah experience more fulfilling, please do not hesitate to ask.  You can leave us a note in the suggestion box, send us an email or call us at any time.

 

Click here for a comprehensive article by Rivka Slonim explaining Mikvah. For more details about mikvah, please visit  

www.mikvah.org and www.thejewishwoman.org.

 

Read personal stories and experiences about mikvah from women in our own community here

What is Mikvah?

Please enjoy this 5 minute Mikvah Introductory Video

 

Also see: Personal Reflections on Mikvah for our community

For more information on brides or married women please click on the following links:

 

BRIDES

MARRIED WOMEN