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ENGLEWOOD MIKVAH

 

The Mikvah is located in Congregation Ahavath Torah (240 Broad Ave) and has a separate, private entrance at the rear of the synagogue building near parking spots reserved for Mikvah users.

Our expanded Mikvah space will allow women to complete this important mitzvah in a pleasant, convenient and uplifting surrounding. For more information and to make online appointments, please consult the new Mikvah website at:

http://www.englewoodmikvah.org

 

CHEVRA KADISHA OF ENGLEWOOD

The Chevra Kadisha of Englewood has been an integral part of the Englewood community since its establishment in 1978.  It functions as an independent communal organization and is not affiliated with any local synagogue or any other society. Under the rabbinic advisory of Rabbis Menachem Genack, Chaim Poupko, and Zev Reichman, the Chevra attends to funeral arrangements through the Gutterman Musicant Chapels, and burial preparations for its membership in accordance with Halacha and Jewish customs.  Additionally, the Chevra aids in the observance of Shiva in the mourner's home.

Yearly membership in the Chevra is a nominally set fee of $36 and includes husband and wife and any unmarried children up to age 25. Only members of the Chevra Kadisha are entitled to its services.  If you are interested in participating in any of the Chevra's activities, please call Dr. Daniel Feuer.

Do not contact any funeral director before calling us.
In case of need, please contact:

Rabbi Menachem Genack ............................................ 
201-568-7932

Rabbi Chaim Poupko................................................... 
201-568-5860

Dr. Daniel Feuer      ................................................... 
201-741-0335

For membership information, call:
Simon Posner 201-805-6362

 

REMEMBER YOUR DEAR ONES
Please contact Robert Lunzer to arrange for a plaque on our Yizkor Board.

 

Wed, June 12 2024 6 Sivan 5784