Stressed but Blessed: What Religious Leaders and Organizations Are Doing in the Time of COVID-19

Religious institutions have been at the center of community organizing and gathering. In an effort to promote social distance, normal programming has been paused by most institutions. Regardless of the inability to be physically present at spiritual events, religious leaders are becoming more organized together both with their own congregation and interfaith communities to promote initiatives that help to alleviate the suffering of all. In this webinar, hear from the President of the Interfaith Alliance, Rabbi Jack Moline, who will discuss what communities can do in this time to support one another.

Jack Moline is President of Interfaith Alliance. He is also Rabbi Emeritus of Agudas Achim Congregation in Alexandria, Virginia, where he served in the pulpit for 27 years. He is an adjunct faculty member of the Jewish Theological Seminary and Virginia Theological Seminary. He served as Co-chair of the Virginia Commission on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, appointed by Gov. Terry McAuliffe after the Charlottesville incident.

Rabbi Moline is an author of two books and contributes to many publications, both print and web-based. He is a popular speaker, featured on radio, television and web broadcasts and in synagogues, churches and organizations.


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