The Truth in Our Stories
Immigration continues to be a complex and polarizing issue. How can we find common ground? Come listen to "The Truth in Our Stories," hear the voices of people directly impacted by immigration, and then consider how we are being called by Christ to respond.
In The Truth in Our Stories small group course, you will explore the complexities of immigration over six weeks through thirteen online modules, each featuring stories told by immigrants and including theological reflection questions.
This facilitated private course is designed for use in congregations, youth groups, and with high-school-aged children. A $650 fee covers administration of the course with an EBW facilitator for your group; there is an additional $10 per person fee, with a maximum of 15 participants. Contact us at email@example.com to discuss!
About the Facilitator
Rev. Elizabeth Wright is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church. She studied history and public policy at the College of William & Mary before earning a master of divinity from Duke University. She served local congregations for eight years, primarily along the Texas-Mexico border, before taking on the role as first executive director of Austin Region Justice for Our Neighbors in March of 2019.