Motivated by the experiences of communion and community with our immigrant brothers and sisters, it is a joy to feel the call to respond actively and publicly on their behalf.
With IMIrJ, there are many ways you can express your commitment to immigrant justice, stand in solidarity with those threatened with family separation, and work for a transformation of the social structures that seek to differentiate immigrants’ rights from human rights.
Join us, and together we will:
Show up in support of community members facing a deportation hearing or in detention.
Educate those around us about the realities of immigrants’ rights and justice.
Meet with our elected officials to present concerns and request action surrounding immigrant rights.
Bring our energy and enthusiasm to events, vigils, rallies, and press conferences advocating for immigrants' rights.
Strengthen the interfaith movement with our diverse voices, faith traditions, and our commitment to Welcome the Stranger.
The first step? Join our Monthly Volunteer Gathering the second Tuesday of each month.
These meeting are a great way to connect and build community with others who are committed to immigrant justice - just like you are. As we meet to share and learn something new about what immigrants are facing, we have an opportunity to stand together and take action for our community. View our calendar to learn more.