Racial Justice Resources

Thank you to the Foothills’ Racial Justice and Healing Ministry (RJHM) for compiling the below racial justice resources. Click on the image category to see a full list. Join the RJHM’s email list to stay up-to-date on events, learning opportunities, and calls to action!

From Problem to Possibility: Foothills Summer Environmental Film Series

The Foothills Climate Justice Ministry is excited to bring Fort Collins families free environmental films at Foothills Unitarian Church this Summer. Join us at 6:30 PM on June 17, July 15, August 12, and September 9. Screenings include a variety of topics explored by concerned documentary filmmakers. Enjoy free popcorn at the show and stick […]

Roe v. Wade: What we can do

I want to get involved! Dear ones, We were both born after Roe, and we both realized today that one of our first real pathways to understand what abortion meant, especially what life was like before legal abortions, was the movie Dirty Dancing. In both our families, the movie was scandalous – both because of […]

Climate Justice Resources 🌎

Thank you Tim Harris and the Foothills’ Climate Justice Ministry (CJM) for compiling the below climate emergency resources. Click on the image category to see a full list. All are welcome to attend CJM’s monthly meeting every 3rd Monday, 6:30-8 PM, on Zoom, and join the Climate Justice Ministry mailing list.

Sanctuary Everywhere Update (December 2021)

Part of Foothills’ Justice work, Sanctuary Everywhere, accompanies asylum seekers as they begin their lives here in Fort Collins.  Now, six months into our newest and largest Village, we continue to serve and to learn. (See Rev. Gretchen’s update on the first six months of Sanctuary Everywhere in 2021.)  The pattern of accompanying such a […]

The History of ISAAC & EIF (Immigration Justice)

In early 2017, Foothills Unitarian’s immigration justice team convened a group of over 30 faith communities and leaders from across Northern Colorado for a conversation about sanctuary. We were discerning becoming a sanctuary church and wanted to do that in partnership with others. From that conversation, those leaders all went back to their congregations and […]

Sanctuary Everywhere Update

With so much shifting so quickly, we wanted to take a moment to update you on one of our many impactful justice programs – and our July/August Share the Plate partner – Sanctuary Everywhere. We started Sanctuary Everywhere in 2019 when in-church Sanctuary was no longer a viable way to help immigrants at risk of deportation from actually […]

If You Eat, You’re Invited!

It’s a well-known fact that some of the strongest relationships are formed over food. I’m sure that everyone can think of at least one example, whether its a Thanksgiving meal shared with a large family, weekend pizza with good friends, or that first dinner date where something between you seemed to just click. Food and community go together so frequently that it is almost impossible to separate the two.

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