We invite everyone to share fully in the worship services, life, ministry, and leadership of Briensburg United Methodist Church inclusive of age, race, nationality, gender, LGBTQ, theology, politics, and legal status.
- What does The United Methodist Church say about immigration reform?
- The church has called for passage of the Dream Act since 2012. See Book of Resolutions, #3164
- Read UMNS coverage of the church’s ministry with migrants.
- Learn more about the work of National Justice for Our Neighbors.
Inclusive of Legal Status
“Regardless of legal status or nationality, we are all connected through Christ to one another. ”
(Book of Resolutions: Welcoming the Migrant to the U.S.)
“Do not oppress a foreigner”
Our bishop, Bishop Bill McAlilly, has posted the article, “Do not oppress a foreigner,” a guest post by Morgan Stafford, Cross-Cultural Strategist and Ministry Intern for the Nashville Episcopal Area.