The Young Israel of Brookline houses a convenient keilim mikvah for the use of our members as well as the community. Please contact Rabbi Hellman with any of your questions.
101 Washington Street
Our community offers a comfortable and aesthetic mikvah, located on Washington Street between Commonwealth Avenue and St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, next to Congregation Kadimas Toras Moshe. The Daughters of Israel Mikvah is under the supervision of the Bostoner Rebbe.
This women’s mikvah is open every night of the year excluding Tisha B’Av and Yom Kippur nights. It offers two mikva’ot and four preparation rooms. Each preparation room is fully equipped with everything needed to prepare for immersion in the mikvah, including towels and bathrobes.
The mikvah’s answering machine, (617) 782-9433, lists the hours of operation each week; please make an appointment, preferably the day before you plan to visit, by leaving your name and telephone number.
Women are taken on a first come basis during the hours indicated on the machine. For special circumstances, you should try to call a few days in advance. The mikvah attendants will try to accommodate your needs.
There is a mikvah for dishes on the premises, which is open to the public almost every Sunday morning, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. It is advisable to call the machine before you come to make sure that the mikvah is open. You do not have to make an appointment in advance.
1710 Beacon Street
The men’s community Mikvah is located at Congregation Beis Pinchas in Washington Square. It is overseen by the Bostoner Rebbe and supported by local community members donating their time.