Why is this important to us, as the church? Churches throughout the nation were directly responsible for helping define population numbers that would, in turn, help the government to allocate billions of dollars toward federal state & community funding.
Justice for Our Neighbors, which provides legal aid to low-income immigrants and educates communities about the U.S. immigration system, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Warren Gill sat down with Rob Rutland-Brown, national executive director of JFON, for a question-and-answer session.
Should your church consider becoming a 2020 Census Official Partner?
On July 22, a number of United Methodist clergy and laity gathered in Tucson for the Pima County Board of Supervisors meeting regarding asylee temporary housing. Containment. Detention. Call it what you like. I use those terms because the topic of the meeting was whether the Board would approve the use of an active juvenile detention center…
The board is pleased to announce the recipients of Peace with Justice grant awards. Applications for the next grant cycle will be accepted September 1 through November 1.
What are we as the church called to do by virtue of our faith? This Annual Conference offering will assist churches who have or want to create programming to assist homeless young people.