Soon Sunny Isles Beach will finally have a...


The Mitzvah of Mikvah is not a privilege for only those who understand it's beauty. We are dedicated to be a source of education.

The Mikvah will have the highest standards of construction and decor. Construction will begin in the beginning of 2017.
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Sunny Isles Beach is a barrier island two miles long which is a popular tourist destination and has a growing local Jewish population.  Unfortunately, although it is a vital component for a city, until now there is no Mikvah to serve our growing community in Sunny Isles Beach. 

Currently the residents and visitors of Sunny Isles Beach travel to nearby cities to use their Mikvah facilities. On Shabbos and Yom Tov when travel is prohibited the need for a local Mikvah is even more critical.

‚ÄčOn the subject of the campaign to popularize the observance of taharat hamishpacha (family purity) in your community, ponder this deeply: Let us imagine that G d were to give you the opportunity to save a Jewish community from extinction (G d forbid), you would certainly be willing to risk your life for this and you would thank and praise Him for His great kindness in offering you an opportunity of such enormous merit. The same then holds true to an even greater degree with regard to the campaign for taharat hamishpacha; it is an endeavor which literally saves lives. (Hayom Yom 10 Nissan)

The Mikvah will be located in the  back side of the Aurora Building 17550 Collins Ave.


Our Mikvah project is now well on its' way.

We now have a central location within the city along with fully developed plans and renderings.

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The Rebbe Writes in Hayom Yom


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