The day after Tzom Gedalia… surely the most considerate of all the fasts in the Jewish calendar! So, we spoke to the HOA today and it looks like there will be no objections to the mikva from them. We may need permission for a door – which is likely to be visible from the street – but otherwise we should be OK.
The first meeting of the Mikva and Move Committee…
We just had the Shul meeting and the Rabbi announced that the Shul’s board have approved moving – in principal – to a new location, on Horizon Ridge, and a new mikva. Tomorrow is erev Rosh Hashana, so goodbye 5777 and hello 5778 – hopefully the year we enter our new home!
Hi everyone. Welcome to the Move’n’Mikva Blog, a central repository of all things about Ahavas Torah Center’s proposed move to new premises and new mikva, both coming online in 2018. Enjoy the blog and, with G-d’s help, we look forward to updating you on the progress of this historic era in our community.