Beginning this Thursday, the Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations will be offering a series of free webinars on immigration advocacy, the refugee crisis, and general public policy advocacy in the Episcopal Church. Click on the titles below to RSVP for each one. We look forward to having you with us.
Immigration Advocacy Webinar for Episcopalians
Thursday, January 26 at 3:00 PM ET
Learn about the Episcopal Church’s policy on immigration, possible threats, opportunities for action, and stories from members of our Church. Episcopal advocates have an opportunity to participate in organized action to support and protect our immigrant brothers and sisters. This webinar will provide resources and tools for congregations, individuals, and communities to engage in the faithful ministry of immigration advocacy. There will be Spanish interpretation available; please indicate if you will require interpretation in the RSVP.
The Episcopal Church Welcomes Refugees
Wednesday, February 1 at 4:00 PM ET
Episcopal Migration Ministries and the Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations are sponsoring an important webinar to discuss the basic root causes of refugee crises and to examine critical questions such as: who is a refugee; how a refugee is resettled to the U.S.; how resettled refugees benefit their communities; and how you can engage with local communities to welcome these new Americans.
The Office of Government Relations: Ministry of Public Policy Advocacy
Friday, February 10 at 3:00 PM ET
Did you know the Episcopal Church has an Office of Government Relations? The Office of Government Relations represents the priorities of the Church to the policy community in Washington, D.C. Through engaging Congress, the Administration, and U.S. government departments and agencies, we aim to shape and influence policy on critical issues. We also equip Episcopalians to become advocates themselves. Tune in to this webinar to learn about the vital role policy advocacy can play in helping Episcopalians and Christians work towards a more just world. Learn how to become a part of the Episcopal Public Policy Network to make your voice heard.