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Faith-Based Advocacy

It is a critical moment for refugee resettlement and welcome, and the voices of the faith community have never been more needed. Episcopal congregations and Episcopalians are encouraged to join in the faithful ministry of advocacy through the work of the Episcopal Public Policy Network. If you are not a member of the Episcopal church, you may be interested in lifting your voice through the work of the Interfaith Immigration Coalition or Refugee Council USA.




ChurchNext TV Class on Refugee Resettlement 
We know of many congregations that have used this ChurchNext class for groups as the basis for their Lenten series or other Christian formation class.

Webinar: The Episcopal Church Welcomes Refugees
Curriculum for Use with “The Episcopal Church Welcomes Refugees” Webinar
Curricula for Children & Youth

Prayer & Worship

Prayers of the People for Refugees

Prayer for Syria

Prayer for Refugees, from Church of the Mediator, Allentown, Diocese of Bethlehem

Prayers for the World, from Trinity Episcopal Church, Rutland, Diocese of Vermont

A Season of Prayer: 40 Days in the Desert, a resource from Forward Movement

Bulletin Inserts

Coming Soon!


Social Media

We encourage everyone to follow Episcopal Migration Ministries on social media, where we regularly share news, updates, photos, campaigns, resources and stories about refugee resettlement.

Follow EMM on Twitter
Like EMM on Facebook  
Follow EMM on Instagram 

Download our iconic 1938 refugee poster for use on social media


Resources from Our Partners

My Neighbor is Muslim 
This study guide was created by LIRS (Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service) for local congregations or other discussion groups to open up a much needed dialogue and build understanding about Islam in local churches and communities.

Neighbors Together
This Welcoming America toolkit provides promising practices to counter anti-refugee and anti-Muslim backlash and work towards a positive vision for our communities. These promising practices demonstrate how building meaningful contact between diverse populations, positive communications strategies, and engaging civic and community leaders can help create a climate in which all people can thrive.


Allison Duvall
Manager for Church Relations & Engagement