Beth David is proud to maintain a clean and heated kosher mikveh, Greensboro’s only mikveh, for spiritual and ritual use by the Jewish community. It is available to women and men for regular or occasional use, and to rabbis for the purpose of conversion of their students. Adults using the mikveh must be Jewish or candidates for conversion; babies must be at least 4 months old, in good health, and able to hold his/her head up.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO THE MIKVEH?
Bring a towel. Bring a friend. For the conversion of a small child, a parent wearing a bathing suit will take the child into the mikveh, and hold him/her during the immersion.
HOW DO I SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT?
Appointments may be made through the synagogue office or by emailing email@example.com. Appointments should be made a minimum of one week prior, if possible. If you would like an attendant to be there with you, let us know. We do not have a regular mikveh attendant, therefore, for health and safety reasons as well as ritual supervision, you should bring a same-sex friend with you.
For more information on the Mikveh, check out our Mikveh FAQs.