CCC Statement on Racial Injustice

Colorado Faith Leaders Lament Continuing Racial Injustice towards African Americans in the U.S. Our hearts are heavy and our souls troubled that the sin of racism continues to plague our society. Our nation’s failure to fully confront this evil deepens a spiritual crisis that has led to so much violence, destruction and death. In the […]

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A(C)Ross Colorado: Rev. Diana Flahive

As we celebrate the season of Pentecost may we all feel the wind rattle the walls of our isolation and fear… so we find the freedom to be fully human and transform ourselves and our world. Dear Colleagues and Friends, as many of you, I am feeling the deep pain of where we are as […]

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Watch “2020 Pentecost Reflections by CCC Faith Leaders” on YouTube

Pentecost Sunday reflections from several of our denominational leaders is now available! Bishop James W. Gonia, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Rocky Mountain SynodFather Michael Nicosia, Vicar of the Presiding Bishop, Rocky Mountain Region, Ecumenical Catholic CommunionBishop Karen Oliveto, The United Methodist Church, The Mountain Sky AreaRev. Vickie Samland, Church of the Brethren, Western Plains […]

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2020 Pentecost Video Devotion this Sunday!

Join us for a spirit-filled time as several faith leaders guide us to reflect on Pentecost. The 30 minute video will be available on Sunday, May 31st by 8 a.m., and it may be viewed any time afterwards. Check this website blog post for the viewing link.

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The 73rd Annual Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks will be a Virtual Gathering!

The Colorado Council of Churches (“CCC”) is once again proud to sponsor the 73rd annual Easter Sunrise Service. Due to ongoing concerns about the COVID-19 virus, this year’s worship experience will be a virtual gathering instead of an in-person gathering at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. The Colorado Council of Churches is a statewide, ecumenical, and social […]

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Watch this video from Colorado Faith Leaders on the 2020 Census

CENSUS 2020 Colorado: Faith Leaders from Open Media Foundation on Vimeo.

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The CCC Cancels the 2020 Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 13, 2020 The Colorado Council of Churches Cancels the 2020 Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks Due to concerns about the COVID-19 virus, the Colorado Council of Churches (“CCC”) has canceled the 2020 Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks which was scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 12, 2020. We […]

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Check out the CCC’s March 2020 Newsletter!

Here’s our latest newsletter for March 2020. You may access previous newsletters here.

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Check out the CCC’s February 2020 Newsletter!

Here’s a link to the latest edition of our monthly newsletter. You may access previous newsletters here.

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We’re Hiring! Statewide Census Faith Hub Coordinator

Job Announcement – Statewide Census Faith Hub Coordinator Who We Are The Colorado Council of Churches is a statewide, ecumenical, social justice organization that consists of thirteen Christian denominations and over eight hundred churches in Colorado. Our denominations are: African Methodist Episcopal Church, American Baptist Churches of the Rocky Mountains, Central Rocky Mountain Region of […]

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We’re hiring! Voices for Justice Task Force Coordinator

The CCC seeks someone to coordinate our Voices for Justice task force (“VOJ”) in 2020. The VOJ is comprised of committed volunteers who, guided by the CCC’s public policy statements, track legislation of interest to the CCC during the legislative session of the Colorado General Assembly. Find out more about VOJ here. Job Duties Maintain […]

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CCC Judicatory Statement on 400th Anniversary of Enslaved Africans Arriving in Virginia

In case you missed it, the CCC’s Judicatory Leaders jointly wrote a statement observing the arrival of enslaved Africans to colonial Virginia in late August, 1619.  The Colorado Sun published the statement as an op-ed on August 29, 2019. You may read the statement here. Please take a moment to read the statement, and share it with others.

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