November is National Caregivers Month

November is a time to publicly honor the millions of Americans who perform a very private andselfless act: caring for more than 6 million people in the U.S. living with Alzheimer’s disease.More than 11.2 million people – an estimated 3.3% of the U.S. population – are currentlyserving as volunteer, unpaid caregivers for their loved ones […]

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CCC Testifies in Support of Affordable Housing Project before Aurora City Council

Here is the testimony provided virtually by Father Michael Nicosia on Monday, October 25, 2021 to the Aurora City Council. The testimony is in favor of a proposed housing project at Mountain View United Church in Aurora, Colorado: My name is Fr. Michael Nicosia, a member of the Board of Directors of the Colorado Council […]

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Caste Book Study Ministry

The Colorado Council of Churches seeks African American churches and predominantly white churches interested in pairing up for a joint reading and study of Caste, Isabel Wilkerson’s bestseller that examines the laws and practices that created what she describes as a bipolar, Black and white caste system in the United States. It is our hope that […]

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2021 Pentecost Reflection

We thank Father Michael Nicosia, Ecumenical Catholic Communion, Rocky Mountain Region, for this Pentecost reflection.

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2021 Voices for Justice Interim Legislative Report

Here’s a status report that highlights the status of some of the bills that or Voices for Justice task fork are currently tracking. These are bills that we’ve identified as important to the faith community. In June, we will provide a more detailed report. Though some areas are not covered this session, this report is […]

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Faithful Thursdays Moment for March 25th–Immigration

This week’s Faithful Thursday video comes from Jean Demmler of the Presbytery of Denver, and she highlights HB21-1194, the Immigration Legal Defense Fund bill. Here is the link to the video: Faithful Thursdays: March 25, 2021 – YouTube

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This Week’s Faithful Thursdays Moment from Judaism Your Way and the Rocky Mountain Rabbis and Cantors

This week’s “Faithful Thursdays Moment” is presented by Rabbi Brian Field of Judaism Your Way and the Rocky Mountain Rabbis and Cantors.

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Faithful Thursdays Moment on Renter Rights

This week’s Faithful Thursdays Moment comes from Peter Severson of Lutheran Advocacy Ministry Colorado. It focuses on renter’s rights.

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A Faithful Thursdays Moment on Immigration

Here’s a “Faithful Thursdays Moment” on Immigration from our executive director, Adrian Miller.

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Our Statement on Making Prisons and Other Congregate Settings a Priority in Colorado’s Vaccination Distribution

A Statement of the Judicators of the Colorado Council of Churches December 29, 2020 As leaders within Colorado’s Christian community, we are deeply disturbed by the State’s decision to revise its COVID-19 phased vaccination schedule,[i] effectively keeping some of her most vulnerable citizens in harm’s way. We echo the Psalmist’s prayer: “O God, let the […]

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The Colorado Sun published our statement calling for a peaceful election

We thank The Colorado Sun for publishing our statement calling for a peaceful election. Please click on the article here.

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2020 CCC Voting Guide

The Colorado Council of Churches has taken a position on several statewide ballot measures. We take a position on a measure when its subject matter falls under one of public policy statements, and all of our denominational leaders agree to the position. The positions for this election cycle are: Proposition EE: Tax on nicotine products […]

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