Journey with Me
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Refugees are our neighbours. When we think of refugees, we often hear of the biblical call to “welcome the stranger.” And welcoming the stranger is a good first step. But in this increasingly interconnected world, these strangers are our neighbours, and we need each other. When one part of a community struggles, the entire community is affected. Our hope is that this workshop and toolkit will help Christian citizens to work with their refugee neighbours for justice. The cornerstone is a 90-minute workshop, but there's lots more in this toolkit. Dig in!
Our Partners in Creating this Project
Resources for Housing and Welcoming Refugees
Are you sponsoring a refugee or thinking of doing so? This website from our partner World Renew has many helpful resources for sponsors.
We celebrate the full reinstatement of refugee healthcare! Here are the details of the new Interim Federal Health Program.
This research report explores how and to what extent Canadian churches are welcoming and integrating recent immigrants in their church life and helps churches to learn how to better welcome recent immigrants within Canadian churches.