Immigration and Other Social Concerns
Educating, Organizing, Advocating: CHIRLA was formed in 1986.
Module III invites church leaders to reflect as Christian disciples on the immigrant's experience of different ethnic and culture groups whether they are documented or not. It is an invitation to develop a committed and effective ministry for our immigrant sisters and brothers in Christ.
Documents in Spanish are intended to prepare people with an understanding of civil/human rights as they pertain to immigration issues.
United Methodists offer compassion, hospitality, discernment, stewardship, advocacy against injustice, and communion to all sojourning persons.
Bishop Minerva Carcaño was one of several speakers at a press conference announcing a campaign of "Prayer, Renewal and Action on Immigration."