Presiding Bishop Calls on Trump to maintain refugee resettlement efforts

Presiding Bishop Curry makes a plea to President Trump to continue to accept refugees into the U.S. and  reminds us that refugee resettlement work is a cherished ministry in the Episcopal Church.  “We ask that we continue to accept as many refugees as we have in the past, recognizing the need is greater than ever. We ask that refugees from all countries receive consideration to come to the U.S. and not to ban those who come from countries most in need of our assistance, ” states Curry.
Both Curry and the Rev. E. Mark Stevenson, Director of Episcopal Migration Ministries, also spoke out about President Trump’s directives to put restrictions on the estimated 11 million immigrants living illegally in the United States. To learn more, Click here or paste the following link in your browser.