We are pro-refugees and pro-security.

 

We are witnesses to the greatest displacement of people the world has known. The Church’s calling cannot change in the face of public policy. Now is the time to stand. You can make a difference.

 

Sasha, World Relief Employment Specialist, assists Ammar & Fatma, Syrian refugee parents of four children, who have been recently resettled by World Relief in Aurora, Illinois. Alaa (pictured, left) works with Sasha to help translate the conversation.

Sasha, World Relief Employment Specialist, assists Ammar & Fatma, Syrian refugee parents of four children, who have been recently resettled by World Relief in Aurora, Illinois. Alaa (pictured, left) works with Sasha to help translate the conversation.

We and those we serve need your help.

As a result of the recent executive order and it’s reduction in the number of refugees allowed to come to the U.S., 60,000 people have had their hopes of safety and a peaceful future dashed. Families longing to be reunited face prolonged separation and uncertainty. And many of our church partners are being denied the opportunity to welcome and love the stranger in the name of Jesus. It is our fervent prayer that the new administration will find a path forward that balances security and compassion. But in the meantime, we and those we serve urgently need your help.

Make a difference in the lives of refugees here in the U.S.