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Chabad on the First Coast invites all women on January 29, 2:00 pm, to attend an afternoon together exploring the beauty of Mikvah. The primary function of a mikvah covers many elements of Jewish life, but the most significant use of mikvah today is by brides and married women practicing Taharat Hamishpacha— the Jewish laws of family purity. The word “mikvah” means “a gathering of water,” natural water. The Mikvah offers women the opportunity for a deeply moving, spiritual experience—a spa for the body as well as the soul.

Join renowned lecturer, Miriam Lipskier as she discusses the Mystique of Mikvah; A deeper look at relationships and intimacy.

Miriam Lipskier is the co-founder and director of the Chabad Student Center at Emory University.

Together with her husband and eight children, they have created a vibrant community of Jewish life and learning. She is a staff member at Bais Chana Women International, a teacher of Jewish thought and spirituality and lectures around the country.

After the lecture we will enjoy a delectable salad bar.

Mikvah tours will also be conducted.

The event will take place at the Chabad Mandarin Headquarters, 10129 Haley Road, home of the magnificent Jacksonville Community Mikvah.

The cost of the program is $12 if you register by January 23, and $18 after and at the door.

For more information and to register, call 469-8770, or email [email protected].

This program is a project of The First Coast Chabad Centers: Mandarin/Headquarters, Beaches, Southside, S. Augustine, Clay County & S. Johns, and Mikvah USA.