Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much is each Mikvah visit, and how can I pay?

A: To immerse in the Mikvah, it is $25. You can pay via check, cash, or Venmo (@CongregationAgudathSholom). Please keep in mind that if you use Venmo, your setting should be put on 'Private'.

Q: Can men use this Mikvah, too?

A. This is a women's only Mikvah. There is a men's Mikvah on the synagogue premises. For more information please call the CAS Office at 203-358-2200.

Q: Can I immerse my Vessels in this Mikvah?

A: We are pleased to share that we have a separate Keilim Mikvah. This is located directly to the right of the women's Mikvah, and there are instructions on the door on how to enter. *Please respect the women's privacy, and refrain from going after dark.

Q: How long are appointments?

A: Appointments are 30 minutes long. If you need a longer appointment, please reach out to make special arrangements, otherwise we ask that you respect the time slot.

Q: How far is the Mikvah from the Crowne Plaza Hotel?

A. The Crowne Plaza is 1.1 miles from the Mikvah, and about a 25 minute simple walk. Click here for directions.

Q: Under whose Rabbinic Supervision is the Mikvah?

Then Minnie Manger & Marcia Lieberman Mikvah was designed and developed with the guidance of Rabbi Yirmiyahu Katz, a world renowned specialist in the field of Mikveh. His expertise, demand for quality and luxury, and particular attention to detail, makes the mikvah distinct. The mikvah is both Bor Al Gabei Bor as well as Bor al Tzad Bor