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Sanctuary Press Conference

  On July 13th the University Lutheran Chapel (ULC) opened its doors to provide sanctuary for Bay Area residents seeking refuge from deportation back to violence and persecution in Central America. This declaration of sanctuary comes on the heels of the Homeland Security’s announcement that Central American children and families will be targeted for deportation…. Read more »

The faith leaders and immigrant community members holds the signs and banners on the steps of San Francisco City Hall during the foot-washing ceremony, Thursday, March 24, 2016. (Ekevara Kitpowsong/ Special to S.F. Examiner)

Pastoral Letter to the Immigrant Community

A Pastoral Letter to the Immigrant Community: Dear immigrant community: Grandparents, moms and dads, brothers and sisters, youth and children: We are sending you this letter in light of last week’s disappointing news from the Supreme Court which prevents DAPA and expanded DACA from moving forward.  It could have been a relief for many, but… Read more »

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Immigrant Day 2016

Immigrant Day 2016 was a beautiful success. We would like to thank all of those who traveled near and far to participate. As an organization we were represented by over 35 faith leaders from various parts of California, had 21 legislative visits and possibly turned one or two votes. Below are a few of the… Read more »

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Victory: SF Supes approve legislation limit deportations

PRESS RELEASE FREE SF Statement: Due Process vote represents progress;  Coalition will keep fighting to end detentions and deportations San Francisco — This afternoon, just moments ago, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved broadly-supported legislation by Supervisor Avalos to update the city’s pro-immigrant policies. The new law will largely keep local law enforcement… Read more »

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Passover Seder Vigil

On Saturday April 2nd we celebrated a Passover Seder Vigil, organized by Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, members of Shomeret Shalom and Jewish Voice for Peace. This vigil was in honor of those forced to leave their homeland to seek freedom.     We started reading from a beautiful liturgy and program prepared for the occasion. “Long… Read more »

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  • Sanctuary Photo

    Sanctuary Press Conference

      On July 13th the University Lutheran Chapel (ULC) opened its doors to provide sanctuary for Bay Area residents seeking refuge from deportation back to violence and persecution in Central America. This declaration of sanctuary comes on the heels of the Homeland Security’s announcement that Central American children and families will be targeted for deportation…. Read more »

  • The faith leaders and immigrant community members holds the signs and banners on the steps of San Francisco City Hall during the foot-washing ceremony, Thursday, March 24, 2016. (Ekevara Kitpowsong/ Special to S.F. Examiner)

    Pastoral Letter to the Immigrant Community

    A Pastoral Letter to the Immigrant Community: Dear immigrant community: Grandparents, moms and dads, brothers and sisters, youth and children: We are sending you this letter in light of last week’s disappointing news from the Supreme Court which prevents DAPA and expanded DACA from moving forward.  It could have been a relief for many, but… Read more »

  • Immigrant Day Mailer photo

    Immigrant Day 2016

    Immigrant Day 2016 was a beautiful success. We would like to thank all of those who traveled near and far to participate. As an organization we were represented by over 35 faith leaders from various parts of California, had 21 legislative visits and possibly turned one or two votes. Below are a few of the… Read more »

  • image(5)

    Victory: SF Supes approve legislation limit deportations

    PRESS RELEASE FREE SF Statement: Due Process vote represents progress;  Coalition will keep fighting to end detentions and deportations San Francisco — This afternoon, just moments ago, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved broadly-supported legislation by Supervisor Avalos to update the city’s pro-immigrant policies. The new law will largely keep local law enforcement… Read more »