Thousands of individuals have already been served, and more are arriving each day. You can be part of the love expressed by responding in whatever way Jesus is calling you to act.
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Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors | Ella Rawls, Esq. The Department of Homeland Security has announced a proposed rule changing the current framework which immigration officials must use when determining whether an immigrant is likely to become a “public charge.” As...
Pastor Raul Velazquez and his wife Maritza Velazquez-Corta of El Mesias UMC, bring food, blankets, and hope to those who have traveled far and are waiting in long lines at the border. Watch the short video story produced by United Methodist Communications. Then share your ministry story with DSC Communications.
Join Arizona JFON staff and volunteer leadership and learn about the immigration legal services, educational opportunities, and advocacy work that AZJFON is engaged in by attending the volunteer training and information session at New Hope UMC, 6740 S. Santa Clara...
By Faith Action for Children on the Move | Global Partners Forum held in Rome on October 16-19, 2018. We believe that no child should be forced to flee their home. No child on the move should be subjected to violence. Yet 28 million children are away from their homes...
Rev. Elizabeth (Liz) Marrero is a missionary with the General Board of Global Ministries of The United Methodist Church serving as coordinator of the Western Jurisdiction’s Hispanic/Latino Ministry work. Commissioned at the Peninsula-Delaware Conference session in...
This video tour is available for you to share with your congregation, friends, and family to enlighten others about what The Inn Project is, the people that this ministry serves, and what we can all do to support this critical ministry.
This week's video about The Inn Project is Chelsea Privette's reflection on what she knows about the people who cross the border. She asks, "What will we do? Will we welcome them with drink and food and clothes? Will we visit them in detention? Will we care for them...
“The deep concern about refugee resettlement speaks to the heart and soul of our humanity. The United Methodist Church joins with many faith traditions in guarding the sanctity of those who turn to us for safety from persecution and harm.” -Bishop Hoshibata
This week's video about The Inn Project provides a child's perspective on the separations of the asylum-seeking immigrant families. Watch and listen to this young volunteer's experience while she and her family volunteer at The Inn Project. The Inn Project is a...
What happens when you stop seeing people as a problem and start seeing them as your teachers? Hear Megan Spittell’s story about her experience as a volunteer at the Inn Project and what she’s learned about what it means to be a disciple.