At the recent JPIT conference, David Bradwell, JPIT member and Co-ordinator of Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees, and Philip Jones and other members of Wilbraham St Ninian’s URC who have direct experience of the UK asylum and refugee system, led a session on the UK’s response to refugees.
They explored practical ways your church can demonstrate love-of-neighbour. This is for everyone, whether or not you have asylum seekers or refugees living in your local area: there are things all of us can do to create a culture of welcome in church and in society.
Read the briefing paper Made for Goodness: A faithful response to the refugee crisis.
If you want to have sacred conversations on migrating within your local church or church related group @home in a strange place is a very useful resource.
Here are some Church organisations carrying out work with refugees that you can get involved with.