Detroit church doors open for Ded
“I can now breathe fresh air!” Ded Rranxburgaj declares with joy as he is able to leave Detroit Central United Methodist Church after three and a half years in sanctuary.
Three years and counting in Detroit
When he and his wife, Flora, went through the doors into Central United Methodist Church in Detroit in January 2018, little did they know they would still live there three… Continue Reading Three years and counting in Detroit
Ded continues in sanctuary in Detroit
A judge dismissed Ded Rranxburgaj’s suit against the government. The “Let Ded Stay” effort continues in the face of deportation.
They call Detroit Central UMC home
When Ded and Flora walked through the doors of Central UMC in Detroit in January 2018, little did they know they would still call the church home 18 months later.
Future uncertain for Liberians in U.S.
Liberians living in the U.S. fear deportation, but the UMC in Liberia is preparing to welcome its brothers and sisters back home.
Liberians in U.S. anxious
After fleeing war and disease in Africa, Liberians now living in the U.S. fear job loss and deportation.
Ann Arbor opens sanctuary doors
Ann Arbor First UMC and Wesley Foundation at U of M have joined the sanctuary movement.