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Tevillas Keilim

Tevillas Keilim


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The new Keilim Mikvah makes the toveling of dishes at counter height a pleasure.  


Keilim Access is not included in any Mikveh Membership. This is an additional fee.

The fee to access the Keilim Mikveh will be $5.00 per visit or you may order an access card that allows you unlimited daytime access to the Keilim Mikveh for a nominal annual fee of $26.00.

If you are interested in ordering a card or adding Keilim Mikvah access to your MTY access card, please check the appropriate box on the Mikveh Payment Form & pay the correct fee.
When visiting the dishes mikveh on Monday through Friday, please proceed to the office where the secretary will take payment, based on the fees below, and give access to the Mikveh.
On Sundays, please contact Rabbi Betzalel Marinovsky at 832-428-8604.

Please use the provided basket to dip your dishes and glasses. To defray costs of emptying and cleaning the mikveh pool, a broken glass charge of $100 will be strictly enforced.

The tevillas keillim hours are as follows:
Sunday-Friday: 6:00 AM to 30 minutes prior to sunset 

More information on immersion of vessels >>





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!”
Short video clips of the construction, etc can be watched here!
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.