Refugee Justice Sunday

GETTING READY

Order a free Refugee Justice Sunday poster (18″x24″) to promote your worship service!

Or download an 8.5″x11″ image and print on printer paper!

 

FOR WORSHIP 


FOR ADULT OR CHILDREN’S SUNDAY SCHOOL OR COFFEE HOUR


Getting involved in your local community and more

WELCOME LOCALLY Refugees_in_America.jpg

Build relationships with local refugees resettling in the USA. Locate a resettlement office near you. The UCC is part of thirty-four CWS refugee and immigration offices spread across 21 different states or you may help resettle through other resettlement networks.

Invite local media to your worship or welcome event to honor the journeys of refugees and immigrants.


ACCOMPANY GLOBALLY Syria_Refugee_Crisis.jpg

Recognize your long-term & strategic impact through Global Ministries partners. 

Use this display at your next congregational or conference meeting (link coming soon).

Use your everyday leverage. Sign-On to advocacy letters as Educators, Business People, Faith Leaders, and/or members of the Medical Community. Receive updates in Refugee Accompaniment E-newsletter.

Strengthen LGBTI Refugee Support such as the CWS Safe Space program.

Engage UCC Refugee Justice Sunday (#UCCRefugeeJustice) as part of the larger community of faith: as the United Church of Christ-Christian Church/Disciples of Christ Ecumenical Partnership, as members of Church World Service and the National Council of Churches (#greateras1), and in full communion with the United Church of Canada (#uccwithrefugees).


KEEP UP-TO-DATE WITH RECENT STORIES

UCC Leaders: Keep Children Together – 6/15/18

Migrant Families at the Border Have Nowhere to Go! – 6/15/18

Categories: Refugee Emergency Updates

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