Loving, Liberating and Life-giving

If I say, "Surely the darkness will cover me, and the light around me turn to night," darkness is not dark to you, O Lord; the night is as bright as the day; darkness and light to you are both alike.  Psalm 139:10-11

The Episcopal Church continues to respond to the complex array of challenges facing immigrants across the United States. Most recently, we have spoken out in support of refugee resettlement and the work of Episcopal Migration Ministries, and ask you to take action.

>> Statement on the White House Decision to Reduce the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program
>> Take Action: Write Congress about the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program
>> U.S. Refugee Admissions Program

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry introduces five bishops whose dioceses are actively engaged in immigrant welcome. Their intent is to inspire action and to highlight the many ways people can engage with and deepen their understanding of immigration issues.

For centuries, monastic communities have shaped their lives around rhythms and disciplines for following Jesus together. The Way of Love: Practices for Jesus-Centered Life  outlines a Rule for the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.”
- Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

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Migration, Refugees & Immigration
The Episcopal Church seeks to address issues of global migration and their root causes as the number of displaced people surpasses 70 million worldwide.

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"Being a Christian is not essentially about joining a church or being a nice person, but about following in the footsteps of Jesus, taking his teachings seriously, letting his Spirit take the lead in our lives, and in so doing helping to change the world from our nightmare into God’s dream."

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