Register today for the June 23 (2pm EDT) online Matthew 25 event that will look at hunger and food insecurities.

Resources in Immigration

Companion Guide to the Commitment to Peacemaking

The Companion Guide to the Commitment to Peacemaking accompanies the Commitment to Peacemaking. It assists congregations, mid councils and theological institutions as they make, reaffirm and deepen their commitment to peacemaking. The Guide outlines a unique process of worship, spiritual grounding and reflection, community building and partnership, study and preparation, and direct action and advocacy,… Read more »

Supporting new worshiping communities of immigrants

What are some of the implications for congregations and mid councils that attempt to be supportive of new worshiping communities ministering to immigrants at risk of deportation? What can we do to help? This document provides a few suggestions from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Immigration Issues, Office of Public Witness and Presbyterian Disaster… Read more »

Twelve Dynamic New Racial Ethnic & New Immigrant Communities of Faith

Twelve Dynamic New Racial Ethnic & New Immigrant Communities of Faith In the following resource, we invite you to explore twelve dynamic new racial ethnic and new immigrant communities of faith. As you may know, new immigrant ministries are the fastest-growing communities of faith in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Of the 10,657 PC(USA) congregations, more than 12 percent are racial ethnic congregations. And, if we include… Read more »

Justice and Peace Links—The DREAM Act

The DREAM (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors) Act is proposed legislation that would provide a way for undocumented youth to legalize their status, and then be able to enroll in higher education or join the military. Links is the electronic newsletter of Presbyterian Women’s Justice and Peace Committee. Each issue explores a topic… Read more »