United Methodists in Michigan are feeling the impact of the administration’s action on DACA.
The Michigan Committee on Hispanic/Latino Ministries stands in opposition to rescinding DACA.
United Methodists seek ways for “dreamers” to remain in the U.S. on a pathway to citizenship.
A Call to Action to The United Methodist Churches in the U.S., September 4, 2017.
Justice For Our Neighbors West Michigan helps a young man receive his work permit. Julio was brought to the United States in 2005, when he was only 13 years old. Unfortunately, he did not find a welcoming land of opportunity here, but was instead terrorized and exploited by an abusive uncle. Julio was not
At the request of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Tucson churches are taking in asylum seekers.
The UMC’s debate about LGBTQ people was on display, as was many conferences’ commitment to the sojourner.
Council of Bishops supports new UMC effort on global migration including Special Sunday .
Rob Rutland-Brown, Director of National Justice For Our Neighbors, says needs for service have “skyrocketed.”
United Methodist congregations in Michigan join a growing sanctuary network.