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Ladies' Mikvah Directors: 

Laya Kleinman and Sarah Michlin


The STBC mikvah is comfortable and aesthetic. It is located in the shul building with a private entrance at the back of the building, and is under strict Rabbinical supervision.

The Mikvah is available for women every evening, and reservations are by appointment. Please try and call for an appointment 48 hours in advance. The preparation room is fully equipped to make your visit a pleasant one. The private number to make reservations is (248) 855-5549. The Mikvah water is filtered every afternoon.


Mikva fees: Annual membership fees of $120.00 are available and encouraged. For a per use basis,  the suggested fee for ladies is $18/visit. The Mikva is available to the entire community.


Men's use:

The Mikvah is open (for men) every morning from 6:00 to 7:45 AM.

Friday afternoon from 1:00 PM to 45 minutes before Mincha.

Shabbos mornings from 8:00 to 9:30 AM. After 9:30, the Mikvah is locked.

The Mikvah is open for men before Rosh Hashannah and Yom Kippur from 10:00 AM until 5:30 PM.

The cost of using the Mikvah (for men) on Erev Shabbos is $3.00; $4.00 on holidays; and $6.00 on Erev Rosh Hashannah and Erev Yom Kippur. Annual membership to the Mikvah for men is $100.00. This allows you to use the Mikvah as often as you wish.


Children (under the age of Bar Mitzvah) are not allowed in the Mikvah unattended.

There is a separate vessel mikvah available in the utility room for immersing dishes, cutlery etc. Please do not immerse glasses or dishes in the regular mikvah. A basket on a pulley for lowering dishes, cutlery pots etc, is in place in the vessel mikvah.


Please do not leave any boxes, wrappings, paper, string, etc. in the utility room. It is a serious fire hazard.

For information regarding use of the Mikvah for the purpose of a conversion, contact Rabbi Silberberg.

Address 5595 West Maple Rd

West Bloomfield, MI 48322

Phone: 248 855-5549

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