• after chemotherapy • post-divorce closure • adoptions and naming of infants • as part of the healing from childhood trauma • pre-Yom Kippur and Pesach renewals • celebration of significant life passages – for example, a 50th wedding anniversaryThe possibilities are expanding, and the presence of the mikveh allows us to re-examine this ancient Jewish institution and reclaim and recreate ritual with it. The mikveh is staffed by experienced volunteers who assist the rabbis and individuals as needed; the other facilities of Shir Ami – main sanctuary, chapel, space for meditative purposes – are available to all. FOR INFORMATION: The mikveh at Shir Ami is available by appointment only. Contact the synagogue office at 215-968-3400.
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