Episcopal Migration Ministries
For the first time since World War II, there are more than 60 million displaced people worldwide, including more than 19 million refugees. From the moment they arrive in their new communities, refugee clients receive care, hospitality, and assistance from professional affiliate staff and from the hundreds of generous church volunteers who welcome the stranger through this ministry each year.
Love God, Love Neighbor
Love God, Love Neighbor is a three-day training that equips Episcopalians to be advocates, allies, and ambassadors for refugees and the ministry of refugee resettlement.
Stand Together to Support Refugees
Episcopal Migration Ministries hosted Stand Together to Support Refugees: Interfaith Conversation & Prayer for World Refugee Day, followed by Iftar meal and gathering on June 20, 2017 in celebration of World Refugee Day.
Episcopal Migration Ministries is the church’s foremost response to refugee crises. Working in partnership with offices and groups within the church as well as with governments, non-government organizations (NGOs), and a network of 30 affiliate offices in 20 dioceses, Episcopal Migration Ministries assures safe passage and provides vital services for thousands of refugee families upon their arrival in America: English language and cultural orientation classes, employment services, school enrollment, and initial assistance with housing and transportation. For each family, the goal is self-reliance and self-determination. After years of living in limbo, thanks to Episcopal Migration Ministries, refugees now have the opportunity to begin again on a strong foundation that honors their stories and dignity.
Where we Work
To find out how to join Episcopal Migration Ministries in helping refugees build new lives in your community.
One United People: A Dialogue on Refugee Resettlement and Faithful Welcome
Join Episcopal Migration Ministries for a conversation with our Connecticut resettlement partners on the global refugee crisis.