Nightly women's appointments, available by phone or online.
MikvahA ritual pool of fresh "living" water, the mikvah is used for spiritual purification. For some Jews, married life involves laws of taharat hamishpacha (family purity), which require a wife's monthly immersion in a mikvah after menstruation before she reunites with her husband. The mikvah is used today by some brides and grooms before their wedding. Jews-by-choice traditionally visit the mikvah as part of their conversion process.
No attendant on duty. Please call for an appointment.
By appointment. Call Guila 415-610-6202.
The Levy Family Campus welcomes the use of its mikvah for all Jewish religious and spiritual life transitions and passages.
Nightly mikvah appointments for married women from all Jewish backgrounds. Tours available by appointment. Groups welcome. Classes for brides and beginners.
By appointment only. Women, please call three days in advance. $20 donation requested. Extra charge for same-day appts. Men's hours: Friday and/or Erev Yom Tov mornings only; $5 donation requested.
By appointment only, at least two days in advance. International callers, please leave an email contact.