From the Maine Episcopal Network for Justice...

Immigration Advocacy Resources for Episcopalians 

stevensonBelow are resources and links from the January 2017 webinar sponsored by the Episcopal Public Policy Network and Episcopal Migration Ministries.

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Immigration Advocacy Webinar Recording:




Resources for Action:

Call your to elected officials (sample script & number): 

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Apply for United Thank Offering Grant 

Report Hate: 


Resources for Learning:

Policy for Action (all Episcopal Church policies) PocEWf9Lpbg/OGR%20Policy%20for%20Action%202016.pdf  

En Español: http:// 

Interfaith Immigration Coalition: 

Organizations to Connect With:

United We Dream 

National Immigration Law Center 

National Farm Worker Ministry 

Episcopal Farmworker Ministry 

PICO National Network 

Episcopal Sacred Resistance-Los Angeles on Facebook- 

Take action to support refugees:

Sign a petition 

Call members of Congress 

Learn more about refugee resettlement 

Learn more about Episcopal Migration Ministries 

Stay in touch:

Dianne Aid, immigration advocate & church that has declared Sanctuary, Diocese of Olympia

Episcopal Public Policy Network Social Media: 

Facebook | @TheEPPN

Follow #FightForFamilies #RefugeesWelcome #SupportRefugees #NoBanNoWall #AmericanStories

Contact: Lacy Broemel, REFUGEE and IMMIGRATION POLICY ANALYST, Office of Government Relations | The Episcopal Church | 202-599-8601 |

143 State Street | Portland, ME 04101 | Phone: (207) 772-1953 |