Statement on the U.S. Southern Border Crisis by Presiding Bishop Micheal R. Curry.
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See below for a list of resources and responses from leaders throughout The Episcopal Church concerning the humanitarian crisis at our borders:
The Right Reverend Dean Wolfe responded to the humanitarian crisis in a sermon preached Sunday, July 7: "Easier Said Than Done"
Texas Bishops issued a joint statement decrying conditions at border detention camps.
Recommended resources for opportunities for engagement and advocacy:
- Medium article from Jennifer Quigley, Director of Refugee Advocacy at Human Rights First
- NY Times Editorial Board ‘Ways You Can Help’
The Episcopal Church, through the Office of Government Relations (OGR) and Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM), has compiled a list of resources, bishop statements, and information in response to the ongoing humanitarian situation at the southern border.