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~ Mikveh Taharas Yisroel ~

713-777-2000 w Hotline: 713-777-2118 w 10900 Fondren Road w www.mtyhouston.org

Women ~ Men ~ Dishes

New Women's MikvehOur Women's Mikveh houses a lovely waiting room, with three beautiful Mikveh preparation rooms, with all the amenities.

Other programs include study groups; speakers bureau; pre-marital counseling for brides & literature.



Visits are by appointment only.
To schedule a Mikveh appointment please call the attendant at least one day in advance.

Please call 713-777-2118 or
Click here for the attendant calendar >>

Click these links for contact information for:
Mikva Tahara of Austin | Chabad Mikvah of Dallas | Mikvah Chaya Mushka of El Paso
Mikvah Divrei Yoel of Ft Worth | Chabad Community Mikvah of S. Antonio

For a complete directory of Mikvahs anywhere in the world
click here.

Information on attendants systems, mikvah hotline, security procedures, access cards, supplies & cleanliness, Tevillas Keilim (dishes), Dues & Fees, Shailos, and Friday night companion calendar
Pay you mikveh dues and fees here!
First Dishes Mikveh in Houston makes the toveling of dishes a pleasure!
A seperate Men's mikvah is available for ritual use.
After meticulous planning, the construction of the three separate women’s, men’s and keilim mikvaot are well underway and all three will be completed with the year, iy"h.
Please see attached map describing entry to the dishes mikveh, men & women's mikveh.
Jewish Herald Voice, July 5, 2007, Front Page
Bouncing on the balls of his feet, soon-to-be-65-year-old Rabbi Shimon Lazaroff hardly could conceal his excitement as the massive concrete mixer rounded the corner of Fondren and Portal the morning of June 27. “This is a historic occasion!” he proclaimed, hoisting a large push broom into the air. “No more trips to the chiropractor!”
Jewish Herald Voice; November 6, 2003, page 22
Specialists OB/GYN’s share Jewish thoughts and ideas with
expert Rabbi Sholom B. Chaikin of Cleveland, Ohio
The Jewish Woman is a site dedicated to providing Jewish women of all backgrounds intellectually challenging, emotionally uplifting and inspirationally stimulating articles.
Inspiring and information articles about everything you wanted to know about Mikvah.
Dating, Weddings and Marriage in Jewish Tradition
Two can become one—when soulmates tap into the singular soul they share. Join us as we explore this quest for oneness, as empowered by the timeless laws and traditions of the Jewish wedding and marriage.
The Womens Mikvah Pool has been built in its place. Quite a job!!
We are very excited about the contruction that has finally begun. Check by often for progress updates!

Be sure to watch the videos too!