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Church Growth for Immigrant Groups in the USA
About New Immigrants & Emerging Ministries
New Immigrants & Emerging Ministries provides the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) with resources aimed at facilitating entry of new immigrants groups into the life of the denomination. It was organized in 1999, one year after the General Assembly’s approval of the “Racial Ethnic and Immigrant Church Growth Strategy.”
Paying Attention to the Needs Around Us
racial ethnic, multicultural and new immigrant church growth consultation
Supporting racial ethnic, multicultural and new immigrant church growth doesn’t come down to one or two groups – but it’s a charge for the whole church.
“What’s needed to open the church to everyone is to get to a different sort of critical mass - where the racial ethnic groups come together and have more leverage moving toward the same goal,” David W. McKee, Executive & Stated Clerk, Synod of the Mid-Atlantic, said after attending the Racial Ethnic, Multicultural, and New Immigrant Church Growth Consultation. “It’s time for the dominate (majority white) group to let this change happen, to let all people take part and have a voice, maybe even long past the time for this to happen. We need a genuine opening up to all groups.” Read the full story