AZJFON Growing & Moving

AZJFON Growing & Moving

By Chris Spencer Thank you to the United Methodist Church for helping in the birthing of Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors, for supporting us financially with donations and inviting us to your local, district, and Conference events for education and advocacy.   We are...

Asylum Seekers Update

Op-Ed by Rev. Jim O’Neal I am a retired Elder in our Conference and have been volunteering to help asylum seekers since January of this year. The reason I got involved was because of the horrible pictures of children being taken from their parents and placed in...
Love is in the lead

Love is in the lead

By Hannah Adair Bonner The mid-afternoon sun beat down painfully on the crowd of people surrounding Gretchen, as Dottie and I arrived simultaneously to provide back-up. They were the first 30 of what would become 120 of God’s children from Guatemala and Honduras and...

#UMCatHerBest

By Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank Tonight I was grateful to see the Church at work. The powers that be decided to drop off about 120 immigrant guests at the Tucson Bus Depot. For those who aren’t from Tucson, our bus station is tiny and not open at night. So, to...

Every Day a New Day

By Billie K. Fidlin, Director of Outreach/Justice “ICE (U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement) is dropping off 140 people sometime today… ICE is dropping off 90 today… Rumor has it there are another 100 at the bus station… Bus station no longer allowing...

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