Presiding Bishop visits refugee resettlement agency to learn process
In 2012, Ahmed and his family abandoned their lives in Homs, Syria, and fled across the border to Jordan where, without the ability to work and dependent on international aid for food, they struggled to survive.
Today, Ahmed, his wife, his parents and five additional family members, including a 2-year-old boy, are rebuilding their lives here with the help of the refugee and asylee programs offered by Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains, one of 30 refugee resettlement affiliates partnered with Episcopal Migration Ministries in 26 dioceses nationwide.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry issues update on investigation
“I am writing to bring you up to date on the investigation of our three colleagues who have been placed on administrative leave. I anticipate the investigators will complete their interviews in the next 3-4 weeks.”
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