“Episcopal Migration Ministries is committed to embracing the command of Jesus, and his definition of neighbor.” – Canon E. Mark Stevenson, EMM Director
State Department approves plan by Episcopal Migration Ministries to resettle refugees in Charleston, WV
Demonstrators gathered in Charleston, WV last night to support Episcopal Migration Ministries’ efforts to resettle Syrian refugees in the West Virginia city
The Episcopal Public Policy Network encourages Episcopalians to contact Congress to voice their support for refugees.
“For more than 75 years, The Episcopal Church has welcomed refugees to the United States, helping them find safety, security and new lives as American citizens. Now, with at least 60 million people displaced from their homes and lives, the global community is facing the largest refugee crisis since the end of World War II.”