The Theology of Immigration: God, Immigrants and Activism

Peace and grace!

I am writing to extend an invitation to you to attend The Theology of Immigration: God, Immigrants and Activism. I am attaching a flyer for you to print/share. The following is a blurb about the gathering:

Radical Living, in partnership with Justice for our Neighbors, the New Sanctuary Movement, and John Wesley United Methodist Church, is proud to present The Theology of Immigration: God, Immigrants and Activism, a gathering where clergy and layperson, immigrant and native-born will join one another in an effort to shed our cultural biases in order to discover what the Bible actually says about immigration. The gathering will include listening, dialogue, worship, and refreshments. It is free and open to the public.

  • Date: Sunday, October 12th (the day before Día de la Resistencia Indígena, a.k.a. Columbus Day)
  • Time: 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Location: John Wesley United Methodist Church, 260 Quincy Street, Brooklyn, NY (exit the A/C train at Nostrand Avenue)
  • Speakers: Reverend Gabriel Salguero, Director of the Hispanic Leadership Program at Princeton Theological Seminary, and Juan Carlos Ruiz, former priest and currently a community organizer for the New Sanctuary Movement.


Jason Storbakken
Radical Living
32 Hart Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Phone: 212.444.2701

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