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Ritual immersion is an ancient Jewish tradition.  Historically, immersion was required of post-menstrual women, brides and converts to Judaism. Priests also immersed before Temple rituals, and some men before Shabbat and Yom Kippur.
Today the mikvah is still used for conversions and brides, but can also be used to mark milestones or important life-cycle events. Some use ritual immersion as part of their grieving process, or to help heal after emotional or physical trauma as well.
Ohev Shalom's mikvah is one of very few conservative mikvahs in Central Florida, and includes a "Bride's Room." Reservations are required to use the mikvah. 
The Ohev Shalom Mikvah is currently closed for repairs. Please return to this page for updates on when the Mikvah will be available again. 

Mon, September 25 2023 10 Tishrei 5784