New mikvah opens for Key West, Florida
First mikvah for Ann Arbor Michigan, suburb of Detroit
New Mikvah opens for Panama City Beach
Panama City Beach, Florida opens brand new mikvah. Residents gathered to celebrate the opening of a dream. Their very own mikvah. Previously the closest mikvah was in Tallahassee, Fl, a long and difficult drive. Not everyone could take the six hours that it took to make the round trip. But now, with a mikvah of their own, fifteen families committed to embark on lives of taharah.
With some women still having to break the ice for water in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Chabad wants to break ground for a new Mikvah instead.
The Jewish community in Petersburg marked a double celebration - the opening of two most luxurious and state of the art Mikvahs at the Maor Center.
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In honor of the birthday of the Rebbe Rashab, who invented the Chabad method of building a mikveh with a double well, a new mikveh was dedicated in eastern Rishon Letzion.
A broken hot water pipe caused much damage to the men’s Mikveh of the Miami Semicha Program campus.
An historic orthodox shul in a Boston suburb has built a new mikvah according to the halachic requirements of the Rebbe Rashab.
Faivish Pewsner recently pledged a very generous donation to the new women's mikvah, Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York. Pewsner, who pledged the money along with his wife, was inspired to do so in memory of his father, R' Hillel Pewsner, obm
The diminutive street level entryway of the newly built Mikvah leaves visitors in for a surprise, as on the level below is a spacious 5,000 sq. ft. building, with exquisite marble, Italian tile and elegant black accents.
The diminutive street level entryway of the newly built women's Mikvah in Crown Heights leaves visitors in for a surprise.
A new the state of the art Mikvah is being built at Chabad of the Florida Keys, directed by ShluchimYaakov and Chanie Zucker
Chabad Lubavitch of Ulster County is hosting a garden party today, Sunday, to raise funds to build a mikvah, or ritual bath, organizers said.
The Buffalo Grove Mikvah is expected to be completed sometime this spring.
Long Beach Shliach Rabbi Moishe Engel tells of an astonishing call he received from the Rebbe's office.
Rabbi Yitzchok and Bina Lerman recently joined Taharas Hamishpacha International as new Shluchim in the organization.
15th Century mikvah uncovered in Catalonia, Spain
Taharas Hamishpacha International/Mikvah.org announces a new Kallah Teacher Training Curriculum that will soon be ready for YOU!
For popular entertainer Paula Abdul, there could be no more fitting celebration of her personal “sense of rebirth” that comes from her connection to Jewish tradition than to be together with more than 750 women on the evening of Feb. 6, honoring the mitzvah of mikvah, and the laws and practice of Jewish family purity.
A Mikvah under construction in Myrtle Beach, SC is a sign of the community's growth, says Shliach Doron Aizenman.
The construction of a new Mikvah in the seaside community of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has been bringing the community together.
Some 50 men visited a Mikvah in Melbourne, Australia, but it wasn't for a quick dip since there wasn't any water there.
A state-of-the-art mikvah in San Antonio, Texas, was dedicated in honor of a Shlucha who recovered from a complicated surgery.
Congregation Beth Israel, located in the West End of Malden just minutes north of downtown Boston, built its mikvah under the supervision of world-renowned mikvah expert Rabbi Yirmiyah Katz of Brooklyn, NY.
The founders of Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka, the new women's mikvah in Crown Heights thank everyone who donated to the 4X Match Fundraiser last week.
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Religious organization offers special service during snow storm to help women in Jerusalem area reach nearest ritual bath
A practically pristine Jewish ritual bath, or “mikveh,” possibly dating back to the late 19th century in this tiny rural community is a one-of-a-kind discovery