Presiding Bishop’s message for World Refugee Day, June 20, 2018

Looking forward to World Refugee Day June 20, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry issued the following statement: “Our work with and for refugees began when we began to follow Jesus, to follow His way and His teachings. It is because we are followers of Jesus, because we follow the way of love, because we follow the way of compassion, because we follow the way of human decency and kindness that we must be passionately committed to helping the refugees and displaced persons of this day. When World Refugee Day comes on June 20, I invite you and ask you – help the refugees of this day. Support Episcopal Migration Ministries.”

The Presiding Bishop’s video message can be found here.

Bishop Curry asks that we all join Episcopalians across the country this World Refugee Day in prayer and action in support of our newest neighbors and friends. Get involved in the ministry of refugee resettlement:

  • Visit episcopalmigrationministries.org/worldrefugeeday for resources and events in honor of World Refugee Day.
  • Follow Episcopal Migration Ministries and Episcopal Public Policy Network on Facebook and Twitter and watch for social media posts supporting #WRD2018, #RefugeesWelcome , #SupportRefugees, and #WhereRtheRefugees to support welcome and hospitality for refugees.
  • Join the Episcopal Public Policy Network to learn more about how you can work with local and elected leaders to support refugees.
  • Make a contribution to Episcopal Migration Ministries at www.episcopalmigrationministries.org/give and help bring new life and new hope to our newest neighbors.