STEP FOUR: Michigan churches can welcome Haitian young adults looking for refuge and opportunities by sponsoring their resettlement through Church World Service. HAPI, Haitian Assets for Peace, is assisting this process. Continue Reading HAPI and CWS help dreams take flight
Churches can welcome Haitian young adults looking for refuge and opportunities by sponsoring their resettlement through Church World Service’s expanded programming.
The United Methodist Committee on Relief has launched the Afghan Refugee Resettlement Reimbursement program, offering $1,000 grants to United Methodist churches partnering with Church World Service.
Afghan refugees are arriving in the state. Agencies estimate that it will cost approximately $2,000 a month to keep a family of four alive. United Methodists are called to act,… Continue Reading Michigan welcomes Afghan refugees
United Methodist churches across the United States are offering radical hospitality to Afghan families caught in the aftermath of a 20-year war.
Church World Service advocates for rebuilding a humane immigration system in the U.S. A new $1.1 million grant from UMCOR will help them as they aid families seeking new lives.
Since 1995 Karol Kesterke, a United Methodist from Berrien Springs, has raised $126,339 for the Blossomland CROP Walk’s fight against hunger. She feels blessed to have been able to help.