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This collection includes twenty-two brief excerpts from sermons and writings about the topic of immigration offered for Unitarian Universalist congregations. All are excerpted and presented with permission of the author. Each excerpt is followed by questions for discussion. The excerpts and discussion questions are suitable for in-person discussion groups and theological reflection groups, as well as for on-line discussion and individual reflection and journaling to help Unitarian Universalists prepare to engage in immigration justice work as an expression of their faith.
Download United States Immigration: Theological Reflection and Discussion, Discussion Guide for Unitarian Universalist Groups and Congregations (PDF, 33 pages)
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Last updated on Sunday, May 13, 2012.
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