Reconciliation Commission Invites Participation in the NH Immigrant Solidarity Network

"E pluribus unum- Out of many, one. This is a core statement of our identity as a nation and speaks of one of the fundamental ideals of who we are as a people; that we as a nation of immigrants seeking a better life come together and work together to forge out of our diversity and shared humanity a sense of common purpose to be a beacon of light and hope for the rest of the world.

This treasured principle is anchored in our shared commitment to loving our neighbor and offering hospitality to the stranger. This is what has made our nation great. This is our strength; this is the very fabric of who we are."

The Reconciliation Commission of the Episcopal Church of NH invites parishes to sign on as supporters of solidarity, accompaniment or sanctuary with Granite State Organizing Project. Please READ MORE to learn more about how your parish can participate. If you have any questions, please reach out to our Reconciliation Commission Chair, The Rev. Gail Avery.