Statement of The Episcopal Church on Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Decision to Reject Refugee Resettlement
About Episcopal Migration Ministries:
Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM) lives the call of welcome by supporting refugees, immigrants, and the communities that embrace them as they walk together in The Episcopal Church’s movement to create loving, liberating, and life-giving relationships rooted in compassion. EMM’s desire to honor the inherent value of human connection brings communities together to love their neighbors as themselves.
Despite disappointing results of UN climate conference, The Episcopal Church is ‘still in’ for climate justice
WITNESS AT TORNILLO screening, Sat., Jan. 4, 2020 at 3 pm at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn Heights
Earth’s long-term warming trend can be seen in this visualization of NASA’s global temperature record, which shows how the planet’s temperatures are changing over time, compared to a baseline average from 1951 to 1980. The record is shown as a running five-year average. Credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio/Kathryn Mersmann.
The impacts of long-term global warming are already being felt — in coastal flooding, heat waves, intense precipitation and ecosystem change