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Kelim Mikvah

Kelim Mikvah is temporarily closed

Chaverim Tovim-

Despite aiming to institute protocols to provide safety and convenience while life has become anything but convenient, the surveillance video recordings have shown that unfortunately the protocols have not been adhered to.

Therefore we have decided to close the Kelim Mikvah effective immediately until further notice.

Thank you to all the doctors and Rabbonim who shared their opinions along the way- every voice has been appreciated. 

May we merit opening all of the public places of Mitzvah performance soon

Rabbi Epstein

Congregation Sons of Israel maintains a Kelim Mikvah for public use.  We ask that this be used only during the daytime.

The Kelim Mikvah entrance is located to the right side of the Mikvah Ohel Leah entrance.  

The Mikvah has a pushbutton lock with a combination code. To access the Mikvah, one would need to enter the code.  It can be obtained by scanning the QR code on the door of the Mikvah and following the few simple steps. Alternatively, one can obtain the access code here.

The code is changed on a regular basis, so please do not assume the code that you may have received previously will still work. If you try it and it doesn't unlock the door, request another code here.

A voluntary contribution to support the maintenance of the Mikvah is appreciated.

Thu, April 9 2020 15 Nisan 5780