Faith Voices: Reflection for Ash Wednesday – Rev. Thandiwe Dale-Ferguson
I have long loved Ash Wednesday. It is a particular and peculiar Christian ritual, as far as I can tell. It is traditionally a time of repentance, fasting and abstaining from activities and foods that might separate us from God.
115 Faith Leaders Urge Legislators to Protect Trust and Truth in Juvenile Interrogations
We express our unequivocal support for HB 23-1042, Narrowing Admissibility Standards For Juvenile Statements. No matter their color, background, or where they live, every child deserves to grow up in a supportive environment that respects their humanity and upholds their dignity.
Statement on the Murder of Tyre Nichols
As a faith driven, multi-faith organization, we are compelled to speak to the heinous and abhorrent murder that occurred in Memphis, Tennessee, last week.
Faith Voices: Rev. Bich Thy (Betty) Nguyen – Hymn for the Hurting
Poet Amanda Gorman stated that she wrote this poem after the massacre in Uvalde, Texas. This poem reminds me that we are in this together.
Faith Voices: Go to the People – Liliana Stahlberg
“Go to the people. Live with them. Learn from them. Love them.”
Faith Voices: The Gifts of Our Traditions – Bonita Bock
Might we have the discipline to utilize the gifts of our traditions to transcend the downward trend, bringing hope and inviting healing to those around us as we care for ourselves and care for the world.
Faith Voices: God Bless Our Contradictions – Rev. Thandiwe Dale-Ferguson
“God bless our contradictions, those parts of us which seem out of character.”
101 Colorado Faith Leaders Urge Congress to Protect DACA Recipients and Create Pathway to Citizenship
Our various faith traditions compel us to love, care for, and seek justice for each other, regardless of where we were born. But our immigrant communities and siblings continue to live in fear and without proper protection from harmful decisions.
Faith Voices: Hope for the Holidays – Pastor Wesley Dunbar
We are being accosted at every turn with hate speech, antisemitism, unconscionable acts against innocent people and people in power doing nothing. Where do we find hope during a season when many of our faith traditions speak of hope?
Standing With Our Jewish Family
We write today in solidarity with our Jewish siblings who are a crucial part of Together Colorado’s multifaith tapestry.
Faith Voices: Banishing the Darkness Together – Rev. Bill Calhoun
“For though my faith is not yours and your faith is not mine, if we each are free to light our own flame…”
Faith Voices: Communities of Persistent, Patient Love – Rev. John Mark Hild
“The church is not called to become a community of psychiatrists; it is called to become a community of persistent, patient love.”