SPECIAL PASSOVER HOURS:
Friday, March 26 to Monday, March 29, 2021 - CLOSED
Tuesday, March 30 to Thursday, April 1 - OPENED 8:00 am to 10:00 PM
Friday, April 2 - OPENED 8:00 am to 1:00 PM
Saturday, March 27 to Sunday, April 4 - CLOSED
MACoM will reopen to a regular schedule on Monday, April 5, 2021
Immersions by Appointments Only
MACoM is happy to announce we have entered PHASE 2 of Reopening:
In order to remain a safe, healthy, & clean environment, we have implemented the following requirements during our 2nd stage of reopening.
We Ask Our Guests To:
Prepare at home.
Bring their own towels.
Not bring others with them to the mikvah.
Wear masks in the waiting room.
Fill out a COVID-19 Release form.
Please stay home if you have been exposed to COVID-19 or are demonstrating any symptoms.
At MACoM, We Will:
Clean all door handles, railings, light switches, public areas and the mikvah room with disinfecting products between every immersion guest.
Test the water in our mikvah pool between each guest and filter it with bromine (a sanitizing agent) between each guest.
Use our UV filtration system to clean the water in our mikvah pool daily.
Schedule only two visits per day spaced at least 6 hours apart so the pool and air filters can run a complete cycle between each guest.
Only have 3 guides working to ensure consistency and minimal site exposure. The guides will be Michele Garber, the Board President, Jocelyn Schorvitz, Executive Director,
& Beth Tieman Feldstein, MACoM Guide Trainer.
Encourage everyone to take full precautions and follow the CDC’s current recommendations, as we continue to do at MACoM.
For Conversions and Out of Town Guests, Please Call or Email the Office to Arrange any Special Circumstances.
Wishing you good health now & always!
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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.