Better Together

Better Together

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…

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

People of faith have stepped up and are doing their best to help even though these faith congregations are being taxed financially and with getting enough volunteers, especially for jobs like preparing a meal for 100 people or letting a family stay overnight in their home.

Love is in the lead

Love is in the lead

“Today, it took dozens of people to work together under her leadership to intercept injustice, heartless cruelty, and the illusion of crisis. It took pastors, and bus drivers, and police officers, and No More Deaths volunteers, and church members, and Greyhound employees, and students to fight with everything they had and work together for love to win out today. And it did.”

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