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The Slager Mikvah

The Slager Mikvah

The Building of the First Mikvah in Oxford

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THE OXFORD MIKVAH

The Slager Family Mikvah

Welcome to the Oxford Mikvah!

Please feel free to browse these pages containing a wealth of material about this unique historical development and the concept of Mikvah.

To visit the Mikvah, book an apointment or if you have any questions, please call 07788 43 77 54 and leave a message. The mikvah provides towels and toiletries.

 

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Booking appointments:

Please call or text (44) - 07788 437 754 or email freida.brackman@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Glasses

For information about the Oxford Mikvah

click here.

Fancy Pen and PadMikvah Facts

To learn about the basic facts of Mikvah, how it's built, its spiritual significance and family purity laws click here.

Glasses Essays

To read a variety of interesting essays about the concept of Mikvah click here.

 

Chava Brackman.jpgJewish Childbirth

To read essays on Jewish childbirth

click here.

 

History

To read about the history of medieval Mikvaot in Oxford click here.

To read about the modern history of the Oxford Mikvah, 1845-2005 click here.

 

Maps & DirectionsDirectory

To view a directory of Mikvaot in the UK click here and worldwide click here.

Donate

If you wish to donate to the Oxford Mikvah fund click here.

 

 

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Construction

To view pictures of the construction of the Oxford Mikvah click here.

DSC_0162.JPGGroundbreaking

To view pictures of the groundbreaking ceremony with Lady Ellaine Sacks,

click here.

 

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To read about Oxford Jewish heritage in medieval times until today click here.

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To view the dedications in the Mikvah click here - with thanks to all our benefactors.

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