Faith in the Time of Corona: Police Chaplains

Faith in the Time of Corona: Police Chaplains

Faith in the Time of Corona: Police Chaplains
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Our nation has a strong tradition of providing religious chaplains in a variety of public and private institutions and agencies. As part of the special Faith Matters series titled Faith in the Time of Corona, two local police chaplains discuss the work they regularly do in our community and how they are helping address the Covid-19 crisis.

TOPIC:   POLICE CHAPLAINS

GUESTS:   

  • FRED WILSON  (SCOTTS VALLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT)

  • KATHI HOWARD (CAPITOLA POLICE DEPARTMENT / SANTA CRUZ COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT)

About The Author

Seth Schapiro

Over many years, Seth Schapiro has interacted with a variety of cultures and faith perspectives, both in his personal experiences as well as in his professional life.  He grew up in a Jewish home and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Community Studies at UCSC. While living in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, he was exposed to various Appalachian Christian traditions. After teaching elementary school, he developed a K-12 multicultural education program that teaches principles of character using the words and lives of inspiring world figures. His travels have included visiting Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and Asia where he has observed the influence of Islamic faith on people’s everyday lives. Recently, he lived in Cambodia for one year and taught at a Buddhist university in Phnom Penh.

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