Adam Miller


Rabbi Adam Miller is the rabbi of Temple Shalom of Naples. His work at Temple Shalom reflects a passion for social justice, experience in interfaith relations, and a strong connection to Israel. Believing in the importance of Relational Judaism, Adam engages with members of the congregation in all aspects of Jewish living, seeking to learn their stories while serving as their rabbi, teacher, and friend.

Adam serves on the URJ Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism (CSA) and the Central Conference of American Rabbi’s Committee on Justice, Peace, and Religious Liberties. Locally he participates on boards for the Harry Chapin Food Bank,Jewish Federation of Collier County, and the Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida. Adam is active in the local clergy association, and The Rotary Club of Naples.

Born in Watertown, Wisconsin, Rabbi Miller spent his youth living in Detroit, Atlanta, Buffalo, and Tulsa. Following graduation from the University of Kansas with a degree in philosophy, he entered Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Ordained by Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in 2003, he worked for four years as the Associate Rabbi at Temple Beth El in Chappaqua, New York, and for three years at Temple Beth Am of Framingham, Massachusetts.

Adam and Jennifer Siegal-Miller are blessed three sons, Jonah, Gabriel and Eli. In addition to spending time with family, he is an avid sports fan who also enjoys reading and keeping current on his favorite television shows.