This cluster of faith leaders, community leaders, and congregations organizes to address the lack of affordable housing and renters' rights.
The Boulder Valley Community Action Network organizes to address the lack of adequate, accessible, and affordable mental health care.
Do you attend First Presbyterian Church in Pueblo and care deeply about social justice organizing with an anti-racist lens? Reach out to our committee!
The Jefferson Unitarian Community Action Network organizes to protect and expand affordable housing and mental health care in Jefferson County and surrounding areas.
Our Lady Mother of the Church leaders organize to advance bilingual/bicultural education and community co-governance with the school district so parents have a voice in the decision-making process that affects their children in the Adams 14 School District.
Do you attend Congregation Rodef Shalom in Denver and care deeply about social justice organizing with an anti-racist lens? Reach out to our committee!
The Shorter Social Justice Ministry organizes for a merciful, rehabilitative justice system that maintains the hope and human dignity of every person within it.
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Faith Voices: Do We See the World As It Really Is? – Rabbi Hillel Katzir
This week the Jewish world is observing the holiday of Purim. The story of this holiday is told in the Biblical book of Esther. On the surface, it’s a story of the Jewish People being threatened with annihilation by Haman, a royal official who seems to hate Jews because one Jew, Mordecai, won’t bow down […]
Faith Voices: Sacred Activism, Rev. Wendy Jones
A few weeks ago, I came across an interview of a spiritual teacher named Matt Kahn who was talking about something called "sacred activism." He defines sacred activism as “external empowered decision making that affects the greater good of all.” He says sacred activism is made up by “decisions and choices based on what we […]
Faith Voices: When Liberation Has Us Coming and Going – Rabbi Brian Field
The wisdom of the Torah sometimes reveals itself in the close examination of wording of the text. This time of the year, Jews are reading the story of the Exodus, relearning the path of justice and liberation. When God instructs Moses to confront Pharaoh, God says “Lech” (Ex. 7:15), meaning “go”. Later, God says to […]