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Mikvah Israel

Organization
Chabad of Cleveland
Contact
Mrs. Sheindl Chaikin
Coordinator
216.381.3870
Description
A mikvah is a Jewish ritual bath. Kosher mikvahs require "living water." This includes rain, lake, ocean, or river water. In indoor mikvahs, rainwater flows into filtered, purified tap water. A person will immerse in the mikvah and say a blessing to mark a transition in their life and prepare for a new state of being.
 
The mikvah is rooted in centuries of Jewish tradition. It is a place where a Jewish person can experience an embodied spirituality. By taking time to connect to the body, the Jewish people, and the earth's natural water cycles, a person can become rooted in the present moment, even at a time of profound change. 

Womens Mikvah: http://www.chabadofcleveland.com/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/1600408/jewish/Womens-Mikvah.htm

 

Mens Mikvah:  http://www.chabadofcleveland.com/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/230432/jewish/Mens-Mikvah.htm

 

Dish Mikvah: http://www.chabadofcleveland.com/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/230436/jewish/Dish-Mikvah.htm

Locations and Times

Waxman Chabad Center

2479 South Green Road

Cleveland, Ohio 44122

 

WOMENS HOURS:

No appointments are necessary

 

MENS HOURS:

  • Mikvah closes daily at 10am
  • On Erev Shabbos Mikvah closes one hour before Shabbos
  • Shabbos morning Mikvah closes at 10am
  • On Holidays Mikvah closes at 9:30am

 

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Is a referral required?
No
Is documentation required?
No
Is insurance accepted?
No
Is there a fee structure?
No
Is financial assistance available?
No

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