Faith Communities and the Coronavirus; CIFF Update

We discuss how faith communities are adapting to the coronavirus restrictions. [Mark Skalny / shutterstock]
We discuss how faith communities are adapting to the coronavirus restrictions. [Mark Skalny / shutterstock]
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Churches, synagogues, mosques and temples throughout Northeast Ohio are finding creative ways to connect with their congregations and meet their spiritual needs during this disruptive pandemic. On The Sound of Ideas, we talk with faith leaders across the region, and you. Later, the Cleveland International Film Festival was canceled but the shows will go on. We'll lay out the plans for a virtual film fest. 

Guests: 

-Rabbi Joshua Caruso, Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple 

-Rev. Andy Call, Lead Pastor, Church of the Saviour, United Methodist 

-Imām Hamzah Maqbūl, Islamic Center of Cleveland 

-Rev. Courtney Jenkins, South Euclid UCC 

-Masroor Malik, Board Member, Chagrin Valley Islamic Center & Board Member, Mace Islamic Center in Richmond Hts 

-Rev. Anita, Resident Minister, Cleveland Buddhist Temple 

-Rabbi Hal Rudin-Luria, B'nai Jeshurun Congregation 

-David Krakowski, Director of Liturgy and Music, St. Stanislas Catholic Church 

-Rev. Joel Montgomery, Co-Pastor, Christ United Church 

-Marcie Goodman, Executive Director, Cleveland International Film Festival 

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