This Tuesday 1/8 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on KRFC 88.9 FM Community Radio Fort Collins:
Join Rev. Joseph Moore and County Commissioner Elect, John Kefalas, as they take a look back at John’s time in the State House and Senate, and as they look forward to John’s hopes for a more inclusive and engaged Larimer County Board of County Commissioners.
This Tuesday 1/1 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on KRFC 88.9 FM Community Radio Fort Collins:
A new Colorado General Assembly Session begins January 4. State Representative Jeni Arndt (Dist. 53 – west side of Fort Collins) talks with Rabbi Hillel about changes in the Legislature this year, issues she expects to be presented to the Legislature by Gov.-elect Polis, and bills she plans to sponsor in the House, including abolishing Colorado’s death penalty.
This Tuesday 12/25 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on KRFC 88.9 FM Radio Fort Collins:
Kwanzaa: Rabbi Hillel speaks with Thedora Jackson, Executive Director of the Kwanzaa Committee of Denver, about the holiday celebrated among African-Americans every year from December 26 to January 1.
Next Tuesday 12/18 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on Community Radio KRFC 88.9 FM:
Love Knows No Borders: Rev. Gretchen Haley of Foothills Unitarian Church in Fort Collins, and Rev. Laurel Liefert of Namaqua Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Loveland, speak with Rabbi Hillel about their participation in an interfaith clergy march at the US-Mexico border last week in support of refugees and immigrant rights.
Next Tuesday 12/11 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on Community Radio KRFC-FM 88.9:
Police Chief Jeff Swoboda: Chief Swoboda, completing six months on the job in Fort Collins, talks with Rabbi Hillel and Rev. Joseph about accomplishments, plans, and his hope for increased and ongoing communication with members of the Fort Collins community.
Next Tuesday 12/4 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on Community Radio 88.9 FM KRFC:
Homeward Alliance: Rabbi Hillel speaks with David Rout, Executive Director, and Pam Brewer, Development Director, of the Fort Collins Homeward Alliance, about the services the organization provides for the homeless and near-homeless, how to volunteer or seek services from the agency, and the upcoming Homeless Awareness Day on Saturday 12/8.
This Tuesday 11/27 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on Community Radio 88.9 FM KRFC:
Geller Center Executive Director Marley Dunnberg: Joseph interviews the new Executive Director of the Geller Center. They discuss the possibility and potential in non-violent communication, the power of engaged and committed young people, and the ever evolving mission and vision of the Geller Center as it seeks to be a hub of positive change in Ft. Collins and beyond.
This Tuesday 11/20 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on Community Radio 88.9 FM KRFC:
Representative-elect Joe Neguse: Rabbi Hillel interviews the newly elected member of the House of Representatives for Colorado’s 2nd District (which includes Fort Collins and Larimer County), about the issues he hopes to address in Congress, including his views on the tone of politics in Washington; immigration; election of a Speaker of the House now that the Democrats are in the majority; and the possibility of the House considering impeachment of the President.
This Tuesday 11/13 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on Community Radio KRFC-FM 88.9:
Vigil: A recording (edited for time and recording quality) of the Vigil for the victims of the shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, held on Monday 10/29 at Old Town Square in Fort Collins. Speakers include Laura Nelson, President of the Fort Collins Area Interfaith Council; Rev. Gretchen Haley and Rev. Sean Neil-Barron of Foothills Unitarian Church; Rabbi Jack Gabriel; Rabbi Hillel Katzir; Fort Collins Police Services Chief Jeff Swoboda; Tawfik Aboellail, President of the Islamic Center of Fort Collins; a children’s choir; and Rabbi Sally Finestone of Congregation Har Shalom.
This Tuesday 11/6 on Faith in Progress at 6:30 pm on Community Radio KRFC-FM 88.9:
Buddhist Spiritual Journeys: Rabbi Hillel speaks with Clarke Warren, a long-time teacher of Buddhism in Colorado and associate of Naropa University in Boulder, who will be speaking in Fort Collins on 11/8 at a discussion sponsored by the World Wisdoms Project on Shared Spiritual Journeys.