Mayyim Hayyim is a mikveh - a ritual bath - and much more. We hope you'll find our website to be full of fascinating information, insights, and surprises. We look forward to hearing from you.

Mayyim Hayyim Presents: "Becoming Jewish: At the Water's Edge"

We are delighted to present our latest short video documentary about the process of choosing Judaism and how we at Mayyim Hayyim provide a thoughtful and warm welcome to new Jews and their families.

Thank you to Temple Hillel B’nai Torah for the use of their space to film portions of this video. Forbes Graham and his family are members of Temple Hillel B'nai Torah led by Rabbi Barbara Penzner.

Produced and directed by Jen Kaplan with funding from The Lippman Kanfer Foundation for Living Torah

Click here to learn more about our new post-conversion curriculum, available in October. "Now What: Questions and Answers for Those Who Have Chosen Judaism"

Knocking at Our Hearts

Sunday, September 25, 2016, 2:30pm. Tours of Mayyim Hayyim begin at 5:00.

Due to the overwhelming response, we have moved this event to Temple Reyim with whom we share a parking lot.

This event is sold out. If you would like to be put on a waiting list, email education@mayyimhayyim.org. We will be in touch if any spots open up.




Beyond the Huppah

Creating the Jewish Marriage You Want

Beginning September 28

6:45-8:45 pm (all Wednesday evenings except Oct. 13th)

Join us for Mayyim Hayyim's five-session seminar for engaged and recently married couples that will provide tools to solidify a strong partnership and explore different ways of creating a Jewish home. 

Click here to register


From the Mayyim Hayyim Blog

 

 

De-Fogging

Being in the mikveh was a very introspective experience for me. There’s something about being under the water for a relatively long period of time, not moving around – it makes you feel balanced and centered. The experience helped me look back and look forward at the same time. It was really beautiful. It helped me take a deep breath and see things from a larger perspective. You know, as in, larger than, “Did I pack enough toothpaste for a year in Israel?”

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