Rabbi Peter Rigler is the Rabbi of Temple Sholom in Broomall, Pa. Rabbi Rigler was ordained by the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in 2002. He served previously for seven years as the Associate Rabbi at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel of Elkins Park, PA. He engages in all aspects of Jewish living including: worship services, through officiating at weddings, funerals, b’nai mitzvah ceremonies and baby namings, and teaching in the Religious School and Lifelong Learning program. Rabbi Rigler’s interests include social justice, youth work, teaching and Israel. He is passionate about making the synagogue warm, inclusive, fun and inviting.
He is an active part of The American Jewish World Service, CCAR, URJ Camp Harlam, Multi Cultural Center in Upper Darby, The Impact Center and currently serves as the President of the Marple-Newtown Clergy Council. His wife, Rabbi Stacy Rigler, is the A.R.J.E. Director. They have three children: Maya, Nathan, and Eli. Rabbi Rigler loves running and time with his family! He leads with warmth, humor, knowledge, passion and a rich passion for Reform Judaism.