Topic: Global Migration

The United Methodist Church recognizes, embraces, and affirms all persons, regardless of country of origin, as members of the family of God. We urge society to "recognize the gifts, contributions, and struggles of those who are immigrants and to advocate for justice for all." - Social Principles

On December 3 the church will celebrate Global Migration Sunday. On this day, we invite United Methodist congregations to pray for our brothers and sisters who are suffering the journey of forced migration. In addition, please consider giving to the Global Migration Advance #3022144 at your church on that day. Discover other ways you can make a donation.

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