EMM offers two free Bible studies based on Epiphany readings for Revised Common Lectionary Years B & C, and Bible studies based on the Gospels of John and Mark. All are adaptable for any time of year. 

EMM staff and volunteer ambassadors often speak and give presentations to congregations, community groups, in academic settings, and more, to explain the global refugee crisis, US resettlement, EMM’s ministry, and how individuals and groups can be involved in the work of welcome. 

EMM offers a comprehensive toolkit that guides congregations through the process of planning and hosting a Refugee Sunday, including tips for additional activities to welcome the wider community into this special day.

Episcopal Migration Ministries offers several book discussion kits as a way to empower local congregations, book clubs, and other groups to learn more about immigrant communities and individuals.

This toolkit provides guidance and resources for congregations who want to support asylum seekers and welcome their newest neighbors.

In the Christian liturgical year, Advent is a time of waiting and preparation for the birth of Jesus, a time of prayerful yearning for Emmanuel, “God with us.” To honor and mark this holy time, EMM offers Las Posadas, a church-wide Christmas pageant that invites us to experience the journey of the Holy family.

EMM offers many different resources for study and worship, including seasonal liturgy resources for Advent, Epiphany, Lent, and World Refugee Day.

The Episcopal Public Policy Network offers advocacy and action opportunities to help you voice your support for our newest neighbors. Join today!

In partnership with the Episcopal Asylum Ministry Network, EMM released written reflections daily from Ash Wednesday, February 17, through Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021.