Immigrant families in our community are being torn apart by immigration enforcement raids. As people of faith, we are called to walk in solidarity with our immigrant neighbors in this difficult time.
Putting solidarity into action requires learning new skills, messages and strategic approaches. That's why we are holding an innovative training and strategy session on how to support our immigrant brothers and sisters in Georgia.
I want to invite you to join Faith in Public Life on July 13th from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for a faith community training with local and national experts on immigration policy, media strategy and the sanctuary movement. Space is limited, so please RSVP with me by June 30th.
We'll learn about how immigration enforcement impacts families in the Atlanta area, explore the latest messaging and examine how the faith community, including sanctuary churches and Matthew 25 churches, is standing with our immigrant neighbors nationwide -- and how those strategies can be applied locally. Together, we can care for impacted people and influence public opinion.
The training will take place at St Bedes Episcopal Church (2601 Henderson Mill Rd, Atlanta, GA 30345) and lunch will be provided.