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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“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...
The Inn is a shelter that provides radical hospitality to asylum-seeking immigrant families on their journeys. Jesus Robles shares what he’s learned from his experience as a volunteer at The Inn Project about what it means to be grateful.
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.
DSC called to be a courageous church, loving like Jesus, acting for justice, and united in hope around immigration and the current border crisis.
The Desert Southwest Conference joins our Bishop, our Conference Immigration Taskforce and the Western Jurisdiction Immigration Taskforce to call all people to take action in love, for justice, grounded in hope as we respond to the current situation along the Southern Border and Immigration.
By Chris Spencer Everyone is asking the same questions: “What is happening to separate children at the border? What does President Trump’s new Executive Order mean? And what can I do to help?” These thoughts were sent to me this Thursday morning, June 21, from...
Arizona Justice for Our Neighbors officially opens its doors on Thursday, February 1, 2018. Tucson Mayor, Jonathan Rothschild, and Bishop Robert Hoshibata of the Desert Southwest Conference of The United Methodist Church will participate in the...
A year ago, ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) called Bishop Hoshibata asking if the United Methodist Churches would be interested in providing hospitality to another group of travelers needing a place to stay. A group of persons met together to dream about...
The Future AZ Justice For Our Neighbors is a ministry of hospitality that will welcome immigrants by providing affordable, high-quality immigration legal services to low-income immigrants, engaging in advocacy for immigrant rights, and offering education to communities of faith and the public. We are in need of donated items to give to those who come to us for help.
Do you know The United Methodist Church perspective on immigration?
Come to hear “Bringing Justice For Our Neighbors to Arizona” presented by Chris Spencer and Ella Rawls, members of the Desert Southwest Conference Immigration Task Force and Future Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors ministry.