About 20 United Methodists joined a crowd of about 350 counterprotesters who lined Church Street in Murfreesboro, Tenn., on Oct. 28, where a white supremacist rally was expected. The white supremacists canceled the Murfreesboro rally after their first rally in Shelbyville, Tenn. Photo by Kathy L. Gilbert, UMNS.

Working on a broad range of social justice issues is part of the way we live as disciples seeking to transform the world.
One-year-old Jose Antonio smiles while his mother and father Irlanda Lizbeth Jimenez Rodriguez and Jose Antonio Marchas Novela recall the threats of violence that caused them to leave Mexico and seek asylum in the U.S. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS.


Faith leaders’ statement on family separation

The Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church is joining other faith organizations in a statement urging the U.S. government to stop its policy of separating immigrant families.

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Camp offers migrant youth fun, friendship

United Methodists in California host a summer camp for unaccompanied migrants. Their goal is to ‘show them welcome and shine God’s love on them.’

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