Hayom Yom 10 Nissan
On the subject of the campaign to popularize the observance of taharat hamishpacha in your community, ponder this deeply: Let us imagine that G-d were to give you the opportunity to save a Jewish community from extinction (G-d forbid), you would certainly be willing to risk your life for this and you would thank and praise Him for His great kindness in offering you an opportunity of such enormous merit. The same then holds true to an even greater degree with regard to the campaign for taharat hamishpacha; it is an endeavor which literally saves lives.
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Latest NewsMikvah Opens For Use
The new Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka in Crown Heights has begun to accept limited reservations in preparation for daily operations this week. By COLlive reporter The newly built, state of the art, Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka in Crown Heights is … Continue reading →Mikvah Attendants
The Mikvah is currently looking for volunteers for Mikvah attendant. To apply, email: Mikvahcm@mikvahcm.comExpected Rain to Fill New Mikvah
The newly-built Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka in Crown Heights has opened its pipes to begin collecting the anticipated rain water. On Shemini Atzeres, they prayed for rain. Now they are ready for it. The newly-built Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka in … Continue reading →PSA
The mikvah will open as soon as the required water is collected and authorized by the rov. As soon as the Mikvah is open, we will inform you how to schedule appointments. For more infomation email: Mikvahcm@mikvahcm.com or call 718-221-0221What Convinced Rabbi Raitport
What made Rabbi Yitzchok Raitport break from a long-held decision and donate to the new Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka in Crown Heights. By COLlive reporter Just ahead of the grand opening ceremony to mark its completion, a generous donor has come forward … Continue reading →Important Trio visits the Mikvah
Rabbi Markowitz of the Chinuch office, Rabbi Chaim Miller renowned chabad author and Mr. Dovi Sperlin visited the Mikvah today ahead of the Sunday Grand Opening.