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Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice urges a NO vote on Measure 105
As religious leaders and people of faith, we are called to walk to together,
to welcome newcomers to our communities, and to treat each other as neighbors and family.
Immigrants in Oregon are part of our families, communities, workplaces and places of worship.
We urge all people of faith to reject profiling and preserve our state as a sanctuary.
As people of conscience, we urge you to Vote NO on Measure 105.
Sister Kathy Beckley, SNJM, Sisters of the Holy Name of Jesus and Mary
Bishop Dave Brauer-Rieke, Oregon Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Rabbi Benjamin Barnett, Havurah Shalom
Imam Muhsen Al Dhalimy
Gurpreet Singh, Sikh Center of Oregon
Vote NO on Measure 105
McMinnville Cooperative Ministries
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Salem, Oregon
Rev. Michelle Manicke
Columbia District of the United Methodist Church
Newberg First Presbyterian Church
Rev. Melanie Oommen, Associate Minister First Congregational United Church of Christ
Rev. Marcia Stanard
Catherine Elia (Ret. Professional Chaplain)
Rev. Ron Werner, Jr
United Methodist Church, Oregon-Idaho Conference
Rev. Adam Hange
Bridgeport United Church of Christ
The Rev. Cecil Charles Prescod
First Unitarian Church, Portland
Rev. Aimee Bruno
Rev. Joni Stoneking
Chaplain Abigail Clauhs
Jan Musgrove Elfers, President, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
First Congregational United Church of Christ, Portland
Ainsworth United Church of Christ
Rev. Sylvia Eagan
P'nai Or of Portland
Farm Worker Ministry Northwest
Rev. Shimiko Montgomery
Church Council of Kairos-Milwaukie United Church of Christ
Lincoln Street Methodist Church
Rev. Christine M. Core