Faith During COVID-19
For those who identify as spiritual or religious, faith may offer comfort and support in a time of overwhelming uncertainty. But with houses of worship shuttered and group meetings restricted, faith groups are being forced to get creative and focus on remote accessibility.
On this episode of Talk of Iowa, host Charity Nebbe is joined by faith leaders from across the state for a look at how practices are changing and aiding the faithful during COVID-19.
Robert Cargill, associate professor of classics and religious studies, University of Iowa
Val Swinton, Pastor, Clarksville Church of Christ and COVID-19 survivor
David Kaufman – Rabbi, Temple B’nai Jeshurun in Des Moines
Taha Tawil – Imam and director, Mother Mosque of America in Cedar Rapids
Sedrick Macintosh – Chaplain, UnityPoint Health at Allen Hospital in Waterloo