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Disciples Statements   Reports

Since 1949, the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has resettled more than 37,500 refugees and assisted countless people facing immigration problems. Currently, Refugee and Immigration Ministries enables your congregation to:

  • Participate in the global mission of the church.
  • Do hands-on mission work.
  • Learn more about refugee and immigration issues.
  • Resettle refugees in your community.
  • Respond to the needs of refugees around the world.
  • Respond to those in your community with immigration problems.
  • Support the Southwest Good Samaritan Ministries.
  • Support Humane Borders.
  • Speak out against anti-immigrant attitudes.
  • Advocate for the rights of refugees and immigrants.

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