Listening for God’s Call

"It started with an invitation by the Church Council of Greater Seattle, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) and the ACLU..." Theresa Greco, a member of Edmonds United Methodist Church's the Immigration Ministries Committee, shares how offering hospitality to immigrant women released from detention has blessed 'guests' and church members alike.

ICHRP movement launches in Washington

By Rhondalei Gabuat Vancouver, Wash. - On December 9, the International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines - U.S. chapter launched with human rights...

Christmas Institute PNW Rises Up!

CI Leader Darlene Germino shows her Fearless 'swag' • Our 2013 Leadership Team • Campers Angelo Guillermo and Mark Jordan Ramirez practice with leader...

The Western Methodist Justice Movement convenes in Sacramento

  By Rhondalei Gabuat Sacramento, Calif. - The leadership team of the Western Methodist Justice Movement (WMJM) convened their yearly planning meeting at The Table United...

Our Journey to the Philippines!

View this video NOW at: http://youtu.be/wuzL8yHd6Fo Our Journey to the Philippines! By Jesse N. Love HOW can young people compassionately uplift communities from suffering to abundance, when...

Wallingford UMC: Opening Borders to the Spirit

The Rev. Ann Berney walks along the border wall between El Paso and Juárez.  A team from Seattle: Wallingford United Methodist Church visited this...

15,000 Dreamers have become undocumented immigrants. What’s a church to do?

In the four months since the Trump Administration announced that it would be ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, nearly 15,000 Dreamers have become undocumented immigrants. The Rev. Lyda Pierce offers this call to action to United Methodists who may be wondering what the Church can, and should, do about it.

Letters for Jamaa Letu

Letters for Jamaa Letu By Barbara Dadd Shaffer After years of saying it was not possible to send letters to the children of our Jamaa Letu...

“On Many Sides,” the insidious nature of minimizing racism

By Kristina Gonzalez | Director of Leadership Development for an Inclusive Church I listened to National Public Radio in its coverage of the violence in...

Lost Boy finds help at Justice for Our Neighbors

The United Methodist program Justice For our Neighbors (JFON) is an advocacy and support group that provides legal help for immigrants and refugees. Church...

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