Pending Construction of Elkins Park Mikveh

Our shul will soon house a mikveh on site, adding yet another attraction point for the Elkins Park Jewish community. Once completed, the mikveh facility will house separate preparation rooms for men and women, as well as a separate area to tovel keilim. The mikveh will also have state-of-the-art filtration and other hygienic systems, in addition to being designed to comport with strict halachic standards.

Please visit the Community Mikveh of Elkins Park website for construction updates.

Location of Existing Mikva’ot

The area also boasts several mikva’ot for women, men, and keilim.

You may want to call to check available times and to see whether scheduling an
appointment is necessary.

Northeast Philadelphia (just 10 minutes from Elkins Park)

Mikveh Association of Philadelphia – Northeast Branch
**For women and keilim; men use this mikveh before yom tov
7525 Loretto Ave. (old Ahavas Torah building) — for women and keilim
(215) 745-3334
(215) 722-7574

Lubavitcher Center of Northeast Philadelphia
**For men
7622 Castor Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19152
(215) 725-2030

Beit HaRambam
**For men and keilim
9981 Verree Road
Philadelphia, PA 19115

Bucks County
Joseph and Martha Melohn Bucks County Mikveh
**For women and keilim; men use this mikveh before yom tov
2454 Bristol Road
Bensalem, PA 19020
(215) 891-5565

Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Sons of Israel Mikveh
720 Cooper Landing Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(856) 667-3515

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