Faith Voices: A Reflection for the High Holy Days – Rabbi Eliot J. Baskin, DMin 

In the Jewish tradition, this is our season for Turning. Rosh Hashanah falls on Monday the 26th and Yom Kippur on October 5th, with the ten days of Atonement or At-One-Ment in between where we take an accounting of the soul and ask forgiveness.

Faith Voices: A Commitment to Preserve and Enhance Life – Pastor Daniel Smith 

“You shall not murder. What does this mean?”

Faith Voices: On Reason and Passion – Susan Knopf 

“Your soul is oftentimes a battlefield, upon which your reason and your judgment wage war against your passion and your appetite.”

Faith Voices: Finding Prayer in the Small Things – Pastor Mary Williams 

“Who made the world? Who made the swan, and the black bear? Who made the grasshopper?”

Faith Voices: And We Heal – Rev. Ana Scott 

Hello, Creator! With a renewed perception of vigor, I sense the Divine Presence today.

Faith Voices: Life is Not a Straight Line – Rev. Patrick Hurley 

Life is not a straight line. The ups and downs don’t feel sublime. When the trials and tribulations don’t seem good They bring opportunities to let go of “should.”

Faith Voices: Making Choices in the Name of Love and Justice – Rev. Judy Wrought 

“I’m not surprised by evil or paralyzed by despair. We are at such a low moment in the history of the country that we have to be unflinching in our attempt to recognize levels of corruption… and at the same time straighten our backs up and be willing to bear witness to integrity, honesty, and decency.”

Faith Voices: Build Something New – Rev. Eric Banner 

In our lives, in our relationships, when something has been broken, when walls have come tumbling down, when the earthquake has shaken all that we thought we knew and when hurricanes have blown down the trees, and the roofs, and the antennae of our lives, we are always tempted to just try to get back what we’ve lost.

Faith Voices: Spiritual Oneness, Our Completion – Rev. Bill Calhoun 

We begin with… me over we… ego over soul… controlling power over enabling love.

Faith Voices: On Becoming an Anti-Racist Organization – Sharon R. Bridgeforth 

The Biblical definition of COMPASSION is to emphasize with someone who is suffering and to feel COMPELLED to reduce their suffering. However, for Together Colorado, more than empathy and compassion is needed; we MUST be an anti-racist organization.

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