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Talking with Rabbi Ted

Our own Rabbi Ted Feldman now has his own radio show! Tune in to KPCA Petaluma, 103.3 FM, every other Thursday at 10:00 AM, as Rabbi Ted discusses topics relevent to the Petaluma community and engages in conversations with other community leaders. Check our calendar to see when the next episode will be airing.

Previous Episodes

September 13, 2018: This week's two guests were Maggie Fishman, Santa Rosa Junior College Board President, and Rabbi Dovid Bush from Chabad of Petaluma.

August 30, 2018: Rabbi Ted's two distinguished guests this week are Rabbi George Gittleman of Santa Rosa’s Shomrei Torah, and the new Pastor of Unitarian Universalists Petaluma, Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae.

August 16, 2018: This week Rabbi Feldman welcomed Petaluma’s Chief of Police, Ken Savano, and Emily Charrier, the new publisher of the Petaluma Argus Courier.

August 2, 2018: This week, Rabbi Feldman spoke with John Bertucci, the Executive Director of Petaluma Community Access, and Rabbi Steve Finley from Congregation Shir Shalom in Sonoma.

July 5, 2018: This episode was a re-run of the April 26 episode with guests Father Michael and Ken Kann.

June 21, 2018: This week's guests included Grant Elementary School's new Principal, Amanda Grey, and Sip Sommer, Petaluma's history buff.

June 7, 2018: This week's guests included Rev. Daniel Green of St. John’s Episcopal Church and Rory Noguchi, Program and Communications Coordinator for BIJC.

May 24, 2018: This week's guests included Rev. Patrick Torbit from Elim Lutheran Church and Deb Dalton, Executive Director of Mentor Me.

May 10, 2018: This week's guests included John Kennedy and Elece Hempel.

April 26, 2018: Rabbi Ted Feldman sits down with Father Michael and Ken Kann. In the first half hour, they discuss Father Michael's 30-plus-year perspective of Petaluma and his role as leader of St. James Catholic Church. In the second half hour, Kenneth Kann shares his connection with Petaluma's Jewish community that spans decades. He talks about his devotion to Petaluma’s past, present and shares ideas concerning the community’s future. 

April 12, 2018: Rabbi Ted Feldman speaks with Kevin Jones, Chair of the Sonoma County Human Rights Commission; Sam Tuttleman, a Petaluma resident and advocate (who played a critical role in drafting the “It Won’t Happen Here” declaration); and Abraham Solar, Director of Pastoral Outreach for St. Vincent de Paul Church, who works with Latino families living and working in Petaluma.