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JFON announces Fasting for Families

Support for immigrant families

JFON – Michigan announces a two-week initiative to raise awareness about immigration policies and to make communities places of welcoming hospitality. 

UMC’s Annual Conferences take action

2018 Desert SW Conference

Annual Conferences around the globe have concluded their 2018 sessions. Immigration and LGBTQ matters were on many agendas.

Complaints against Sessions dismissed

Jeff Sessions

Conference leaders have concluded church law does not apply to “political actions” by the United States Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.

Albanian family still in sanctuary

Detroit Central United Methodist Church continues to house a family threatened with deportation. Fox 2 News out of Detroit gives a powerful update of what Ded Rranxburgaj is doing now.

Care at the border

Families remain separated at the U.S. border. What can be done by people who care?

Fighting for the 7th generation

“U.S. government practices to separate families was wrong historically, and it is wrong today,” writes Bethany Printup-Davis. 

Pastor addresses Sessions controversy

The U.S. Attorney General  attends Clarendon United Methodist Church. What did his pastor say last Sunday?

AG criticized for ‘zero-tolerance’ quote

United Methodist Jeff Sessions faced criticism from religious leaders for invoking a New Testament passage.

Marchers reach Lansing

The  nine-day march is over. The Rev. Jill Zundel and others arrived at the state capitol on May 22.

Marching for justice

Faith leaders including the Rev. Jill Zundel, Detroit: Central UMC, are on a nine-day march to Lansing.

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