The Episcopal Church has a long tradition of walking alongside immigrants. As we continue this work, we must understand the legal and technical categories of immigrants that include refugees, asylum seekers, and undocumented and documented immigrants. Trinity Church Wall Street stands in solidarity with all of our immigrant neighbors, especially those facing raids, deportations, and deplorable conditions at our nation's border.
Below are resources from our partners for those seeking legal counsel, direct services, and other immigration assistance efforts.
If You Need Help
If you live in New York and need immigration assistance, call the New York State New Americans Hotline at 1-800-566-7636. For additional immigration consultation, call Catholic Charities at 212-419-3700.
Resources for Those Supporting Immigrant Communities
- Toolkits for allies, schools, and religious institutions
- Printable “Know Your Rights” flyers in 16 languages
- For social media infographics, click here
- To request a “Know Your Rights” training in New York City, email KYR@nyic.org
- We Have Rights video series
Resources for Churches and Faith Communities
More videos from Episcopal Migration Ministries here.
- The Episcopal Church Civil Discourse Curriculum
- Bible studies, curriculums, and prayers
- Statement on the U.S. Southern Border Crisis from Presiding Bishop Curry
- Webinar and Podcast, "Listen and Learn: Border Advocacy and Ministry"
- Ten Actions You Can Take to Support Undocumented Immigrants
- Episcopal Migration Ministries
- The Episcopal Public Policy Network
Sign Up for Updates
- Lights for Liberty Vigil
- Know Your Rights Training
- End Family Separation NYC Rally and March
- World Refugee Day
- Deportation Vigil
- Who Is My Neighbor Class
- ICE Detention Center Vigil
- Fight For DACA
- Welcome in Action: Education, Advocacy and Outreach
- Rise Up NY
- March to Protect Immigrant New Yorkers
- Jericho Walk at ICE headquarters
- City of Refuge
Trinity's October 2017 program is available as an on-demand video teach-in for people of faith to learn about current issues related to immigration, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), temporary protected status, and sanctuary.
See more here: Undocumented.