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Faith leaders arrested at refugee demonstration. Read more

Advocating Justice

Church World Service, a United Methodist partner, and other faith-based refugee agencies fear the Trump Administration will close U.S. borders to refugees fleeing violence and persecution in their home countries. Read more

Advocating Justice

Church World Service, in which The United Methodist Church participates, offers an interfaith toolkit aimed at urging members of Congress to enact a compassionate response to immigrants and asylum seekers. Read more

Advocating Justice

The Trump Administration's crackdown on immigration from predominantly Muslim countries has faith-based refugee resettlement agencies resisting the policies for the sake of immigrants and themselves. Read more

Advocating Justice

Stand for Justice

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United Methodists and other people of faith are actively urging Congress to pass a "clean Dream Act" to halt the deportation of hundreds of thousands of undocumented young people brought to the USA as children. Read more

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Immigration

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UMC-supported Church World Service and the United Methodist General Board of Church and Society are among the agencies planning public demonstrations to support immigrant youths vulnerable to deportation. Read more

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Lancaster Protest

Photo courtesy of Bishop Peggy Johnson/Eastern Pennsylvania Conference

Bishops, academics and other religious leaders continue to issue sharp criticisms of President Donald Trump's executive orders as detrimental to believers, society and scholarship. Read more

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Immigration Prayer

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Anticipating that President Donald Trump will crack down on Muslim refugee resettlement, a coalition of faith leaders including United Methodists issued a strong message of support for refugees. Read more

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Govt. Shutdown

UMNS Photo by Kathleen Barry

United Methodists and other Christian leaders are advocating for America's most vulnerable citizens – including some 800,000 furloughed federal workers – as a congressional impasse continues over the budget. Read more

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