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Dishes Mikveh Now Open!


~ Mikveh Taharas Yisroel ~

is pleased to announce the first 



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

*Drive your car right up to the mikveh, unload your keilim (dishes, glasses, etc.) and you are ready!

The fee to access the Keilim Mikveh is $3.00 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 $18.00.   

If you are interested in ordering a card or adding Keilim Mikveh access to your
MTY access card, please check the appropriate box on the Mikveh Payment Form & pay the correct fee or mail a check for $18 to Mikveh Taharas Yisroel, 10900 Fondren Rd, Houston TX 77096.  Please note on the check "Dishes Mikveh Card".

*If you do not have an access card, to gain access to the parking lot, you must call the office from the entry gate by dialing #-0-1. Park your vehicle and go to the Shul office to pay the fee and have someone open the Dishes Mikveh for you.
*Please note 
Torah Day School carpool hours are Monday-Friday 2:10-2:30 & 3:30-4:00 pm.

***Donate to the Mikveh Taharas Yisroel Building Campaign***

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Blessing of the Sun Ceremonies Around the World

Once in Twenty Eight Year Mitzvah to be Broadcast Live!

On Tuesday and Wednesday, April 7 and 8, watch live broadcasts of "Birkat Hachamah" ceremonies being held around the world.

Follow the sun as it travels through the following time zones: New Zealand, Australia, Jerusalem, England, New York, Colorado and Hawaii.

Click here for a complete schedule.

There will also be a live feed from the Western Wall in Jerusalem for the entire 24 hour period.

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