Immersions by Appointments Only.
Sundays-Thursdays: 7am to 10pm
Fridays: 7am to 2pm
Saturdays: after Shabbat hours available
We will be closing for Shavuot on Sunday May 16th @ 4:00 pm
and reopening Wednesday, May 19th @ 9:00 am
MACoM is happy to announce we have entered PHASE 3 of Reopening:
MACoM is now open for in-person beit din in the boardroom if there is a full consensus from all attendees. This is a small space and we highly recommend all people in attendance have been fully vaccinated.
Guides will be at MACoM again.
MACoM will not limit the number of immersions per day but all immersions will be a minimum of 1-hour apart.
All guests have the option of preparing at the mikvah again.
If you are not vaccinated or are high-risk, please inform us when making an appointment so we can accommodate any special requirements.
For the meantime, all guests visiting MACoM will still be required to wear a mask and are requested to continue social spacing.
Wishing you good health now & always!
Tell Me About MACoM
Anita Diamant interview with Nadia Bilchik
MACoM for Everyone
Thank You MACoM Sponsors!
WHAT IS A MIKVAH?
A mikvah is a special pool of living waters that is used for Jewish ritual immersion, one of the most beautiful mitzvahs. A mikvah must contain a certain minimum quantity of water which has been gathered without being “drawn” by human hands or tools. Mikvah originated from Biblical and Rabbinic sources for ritual purification and transformation. Ritual immersion is a powerful way of connecting to yourself, to Jewish tradition, and to God. As the only inclusive, pluralist mikvah in Atlanta, we welcome you.
WHY IS MACOM UNIQUE?
MACoM is the only mikvah in Atlanta open to the entire Jewish community regardless of one’s affiliation, observance level, sexual orientation or capacity for physical mobility. The possibilities for traditional and non-traditional immersions are almost limitless. Regardless of whether one is a regular user of the mikvah or has never been before, immersion in the mikvah is a way to acknowledge a life transition in a uniquely Jewish context.