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Rabbi Micah Peltz

Rabbi Micah Peltz came to Temple Beth Sholom in 2007, and became our Senior Rabbi in 2014. He holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan, and also studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He was ordained in May 2007 at the Jewish Theological Seminary, where he also received a Masters in Jewish Education from the William Davidson School of Education. 

Rabbi Peltz is a member of the New Jersey State Commission on Holocaust Education, is the President of the Philadelphia Region of the Rabbinical Assembly, and is a member of the Conservative Movement's Committee on Jewish Law and Standards. Rabbi Peltz is also a past-President of the Tri-County Board of Rabbis and has served as member of the Masorti Movement's Rabbinic Cabinet and the board of Camp Ramah in the Poconos. He was a regular contributor to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz's Rabbis' Roundtable, and has been published in the journal Conservative Judaism. Rabbi Peltz was also voted one of America’s Real Top Rabbis in 2012 on the website 

Rabbi Peltz grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. From a young age, he enjoyed being active in the Jewish community. He was president of Emtza Region USY, Chair of the Governing Board at the University of Michigan Hillel, and he spent 11 summers at Camp Ramah in Wisconsin as a camper, counselor, and Rosh Edah. While a student at JTS, he was the recipient of the Crown Fellowship, interned at Rutgers University Hillel, Temple Beth Sholom in Roslyn, NY, and the Park Avenue Synagogue. He also spent a summer as a chaplain at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. Additionally, Rabbi Peltz received the Lamport Homiletics Prize at graduation. 

Rabbi Peltz is married to Rachel Zivic, who is the Principal at Kellman Brown Academy. They have three children Yael, Ari and Ilan. True to his roots, he is still an avid Minnesota and University of Michigan sports fan.

Mon, January 24 2022 22 Shevat 5782