If you are looking for a warm, welcoming and vibrant Reform congregation, as well as a place to learn about and practice Reform Judaism, consider joining Temple Sholom in Broomall. Tours are available anytime by appointment. We also invite you to check the Calendar for upcoming Shabbat services and other activities and events. Feel free to drop in at your convenience and introduce yourself!
For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact Marissa Kimmel in the office at 610-356-5165 ext 104.
Download a copy of the Temple membership application (PDF).
Fill out the application, print it, and fax (610-356-6713) or mail it to our office.
More information can be found on the About Us page.
We have several membership rates: under 31 years of age, family, single parent, individual, and retired couple/senior. We also have a grant program that helps with membership costs for the first two years. Religious school and Hebrew school tuitions are separate from membership.
Finances are never a hinderance to membership. We have dues reductions available for anyone who needs it that we call Financial Review. No one will be turned away due to their inability to pay. The process is confidential. Contact the office for more information.
How often do you have services?
We have Shabbat services on Friday evenings and, when there is a B’nai Mitzvah, on Saturday mornings. We also have services for the holidays.
How many clergy does Temple Sholom have?
We have two: Rabbi Peter Rigler and Cantor Jamie Marx. We also para-rabbis and para-cantors who can lead services when the clergy is unavailable, such as the summer, and we have volunteers who can lead minyans and shiva observances.
How many members does Temple Sholom have?
We currently have about 450 families.
How do I join Temple Sholom?
Call our Temple office (610-356-5165) and we’ll guide you through the process.
What if I can’t afford membership dues?
We have dues reductions available for anyone who needs it that we call Financial Review. Contact the office for more information. No one will be turned away due to their inability to pay. The process is confidential.