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MikvahWeb.jpgAt long last, we are happy to announce the opening of our community mikvah, Mikvah Mei Menachem.

Open to all Jewish women regardless of background, affiliation, level of observance, or personal religious viewpoint – all are welcome!

The mikvah is open by appointment only. We require 48 hours advance notice.

Please call the Mikvah Hotline: 973-625-1525 Ext. 3 or Click Here to submit your appointment request and our Mikvah co-ordinator will contact you shortly with a confirmation.

Feel free to browse our site to uncover the secret depths of Mikvah and discover the spiritual significance behind the mitzvah, bringing the essence of mikvah to life. The laws of family purity and Mikvah create the holiness of the marital relationship. Shouldn’t you know more about something that can be such a fulfilling and rewarding part of the Jewish family life?

If you would like to discuss mikvah please don't hesitate to call Sarah Herson: 973-625-1525 Ext. 101, or Devori Baumgarten: 973-625-1525 Ext. 300 or email It would be our pleasure to make a private appointment with you to go over the details of why, how and when the mikvah is used. Please don't hesitate to call us for guidance and help.

Best Wishes,
Sarah Herson
Devori Baumgarten



Our brand new state of the art Mikvah houses a lovely waiting room, with two beautiful preparation rooms, with all the amenities. Other programs include study groups; speakers bureau; pre-marital counseling for brides & literature.
Inspirational Video
A Must See!
This is the video of the speech by Rivkah Slonim from the Mikvah Dedication on July 13,2009. The talk addresses the central role of Mikvah in Judaism & Marriage.
Everything you wanted to know about Mikvah but didn't know to ask.