Episcopal Migration Ministries, the refugee resettlement and immigration ministry of The Episcopal Church, has welcomed refugees into local congregations and communities since the 1930s. An integral part of The Episcopal Church branch of the Jesus Movement, Episcopal Migration Ministries has met the challenges of the last few years through strengthened partnerships, increased education and advocacy, and new ministry networks in support of asylum seekers and detained immigrants.
As we begin our work in 2021, Episcopal Migration Ministries extends welcome to our new President and new Congress. We look forward to working together to rebuild the U.S. refugee resettlement program, to offer safety and refuge to the children, women, and men forced to flee their homelands, and to uphold our nation’s highest values. Through the work of The Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations we will continue to advocate for comprehensive immigration reform and policies that protect the human rights and safety of refugees.
In partnership with 12 local affiliates, congregations, volunteers, supporters, and advocates, Episcopal Migration Ministries will continue to welcome refugees, educate communities, and mobilize congregations to advocate for the protection and rights of all migrants.
To learn more about the ministry of Episcopal Migration Ministries and how you can be part of the welcoming movement, visit www.episcopalmigrationministries.org. To directly support EMM and its life-changing work, visit www.episcopalmigrationministries.org/give or text ‘EMM’ to 41444 (standard messaging and data may rates apply).
Episcopal Migration Ministries is a ministry of The Episcopal Church and is one of nine national agencies responsible for resettling refugees in the United States in partnership with the government. Episcopal Migration Ministries currently has 12 affiliate offices in 11 states. In addition to its long-standing work in refugee resettlement ministry, Episcopal Migration Ministries is The Episcopal Church’s convening place for collaboration, education, and information-sharing on migration.