עטרת הודא מאשא opened in 2017 after a multi-year campaign in the Lower Merion Community.
ABOUT THE MIKVAH
The facility boasts 10 preparation rooms, two beautiful Mikvaos, including the only fully handicap-accessible mikvah in the Greater Philadelphia Area. The mikvah services the expanding Montgomery County and Lower Merion Jewish communities of Bala Cynwyd, Merion Station, Wynnewood, and West Philadelphia.
The mikvah building was dedicated in memory of Monica Rasch Kohn A”H. Monica was a dynamic community member who was dedicated to the growth and expansion of the Lower Merion Community. She had a vision for a community mikvah that would be inclusive, beautiful, and would serve as a spiritual centerpiece for the entire community. We are proud to dedicate this building in her name.
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THE MIKVAH'S POLICIES HAVE CHANGED DUE TO COVID-19.
The mikvah will be open from 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM every weeknight. On Shabbos, the mikvah is open by appointment only, one hour after candle-lighting time. On Motzei Shabbos, the mikvah will be open for 2 hours, beginning 2 hours after candle lighting time.
Please call the mikvah before 9:00 PM if you are going to be arriving after the last appointment time. A late fee will apply.
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