Who we are
Together Colorado is a nonpartisan, multi-racial and multi-faith community organization working to place human dignity at the center of public life in Colorado.
What we do
Faith drives us to organize for a better world for our children and our children’s children. Leaders with Together Colorado organize to create a society where everyone can thrive, without exception.
Why we do it
We desire a world where all people live a life of dignity, one where all people have the freedom, the ability, and the right to flourish physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Our students, our children, and our communities deserve every opportunity we can give them to thrive. Help Pass Proposition CC!
Prop CC invests in our communities by allowing our government to keep and spend the money it already collects from us to spend on K-12 education, higher education, and transportation. The overwhelming majority of local governments and school districts have already asked voters to do what Proposition CC would do on a state level.
Our children deserve to learn in an environment that nurtures their growth and wholeness. All students must have equal access to attend a high quality school that is the best fit for them.
With Outstretched Arms – Rev. Randy Spaulding
I’m one who finds great meaning in stories that ground us as faith leaders and give rise to our work for social justice. One story for me comes from the early days of the Mennonites, found in a 17th century tome called “The Martyr’s Mirror.” The story is told of Dirk Willems, a 16th century […]
Calling Out and Calling In – Rev. Masando Hiraoka
We are undoubtedly living in a time when we are all, as a collective, being called into greater levels of integrity. Technology and social media have a new ability to call out attention to injustices and aspects of our culture that are in desperate need of healing. When a culture is going through a healing […]
Faith Voices: Healing in Community, Healing through Connection – Rev. Ruth Rinehart
We come together [in community] to remind one another To rest for a moment on the forming edge of our lives, To resist the headlong tumble into the next moment, Until we claim for ourselves Awareness and gratitude, Taking the time to look into one another’s faces And see there communion: The reflection of our […]