Rabbi Adam Feldman

Spiritual Leader of The Jewish Center

Rabbi Adam Feldman joined The Jewish Center in the summer of 2005 after serving for six years as Assistant and Associate Rabbi at Temple Beth Sholom in Roslyn Heights, NY. He received his ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York in 1999. His formal education included receiving a BA from Rutgers University in Hebraic Studies, participating in the USY NATIV Leadership Program in Israel as well as studying at the Hebrew University and Machon Schechter in Jerusalem. Prior to Rabbinical School, Rabbi Feldman worked for many years in synagogue and Jewish communal work, including working as a Program Director and senior staff member in national youth organizations and other prominent synagogues.

Since coming to The Jewish Center, Rabbi Feldman has been closely involved in many of our lifelong learning opportunities by creating educational programs for our Early Childhood families, as well as our Religious School families. He teaches in our Tichon High School program and conducts many of our programs for these students. Rabbi Feldman works closely with the Religious Affairs Committee to create inspiring Shabbat and Holiday services and programs. He is also a passionate teacher in our Adult Learning Program. He feels very strongly about welcoming all members to our congregation, including the interfaith families in our community. He has helped us receive national awards for synagogue programming and has helped us attract recognized Jewish thinkers for Shabbat and Adult Learning programs.

Rabbi Feldman is involved in a number of community activities including:

  • Chancellor’s Rabbinic Leadership Council of the Jewish Theological Seminary
  • Past President of the Board of Rabbis of the UJA Federation of Princeton-Mercer-Bucks
  • United Jewish Federation of Princeton- Mercer- Bucks Board of Directors
  • Vice President of Programming for the Princeton Clergy Association
  • Chair of the Personnel Committee and member of the Board of the Committee for Religious Ministries at the University Medical Center of Princeton
  • Member of the NJ State Human Relations Council
  •  Part of the Rabbinic Delegation of the American Jewish World Service
  • AIPAC Synagogue Initiative
  • Board Member for the Central New Jersey Region of the American Jewish Committee
  • Active at the Abrams Hebrew Academy in Yardley, PA
  • Co-Chair of the Rutgers Hillel – Conservative Rabbinic Initiative
  • The Rabbinical Assembly of America - Israel Advocacy Committee
  • UJC Rabbinic Cabinet
  • Guest Lecturer at the Princeton Theological Seminary

Rabbi Feldman is married to Sara Bucholtz, a corporate lawyer, and they live in Princeton with their children Talia, Dena, and Ilan.

Send an email to Rabbi Feldman or call him at 609-921-0100, ext. 203.