Refugee Resettlement Watch

It is Sunday morning: Is your church lobbying Congress for 100,000 Syrians to be admitted to the US

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 29, 2015

Yes! It probably is, if it is one of thirty seven member communions of the National Council of Churches***

Editor’s note:  This post is about Church World Service, one of nine major federal resettlement contractors pulling out all the stops in a massive PR campaign to go beyond Obama’s plan to bring in 10,000 MOSTLY MUSLIM Syrians this fiscal year. Also involved in the campaign is the US Conference of Catholic Bishops/Catholic Charities, Episcopal Migration Ministries, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.

This is what Church World Service head honcho has to say about the propaganda campaign being launched in your churches.

McCullough CWS

CWS CEO Rev. John L. McCullough arrested at the White House in 2014 while protesting for amnesty for illegal aliens. These are not ‘churches’ but are Leftwing community organizers. McCullough pulls down a handsome six-figure salary partially funded by US taxpayers to do his NO borders political activities. Photo at Sojourners: https://sojo.net/articles/faith-leaders-arrested-white-house-calling-immigration-reform

See also Leo Hohmann’s lengthy article at World Net Daily yesterday on the campaign for Muslim migration to your towns and cities.

From The Northwestern (which appears to be using a CWS press release verbatim):

Responding to recent announcements that certain governors will not accept Syrian refugees for resettlement in their states, Church World Service President and CEO, the Rev. John L. McCullough, urged public officials to avoid knee-jerk reactions, to reject misplaced blame and to stand in solidarity with Syrian refugees, who are themselves victims of ISIS.

The terrorist attacks in Paris will certainly change our world. There may be little that we can do individually to stop the horrors of terrorism, but we can at least offer shelter and support to the families fleeing violence in their own countries.

Please look at the reports on refugees published by Church World Service visit www.cwsglobal.org and get involved

[….]

You may also consider contacting your senator and representatives in congress and encouraging them to authorize the acceptance of 100,000 Syrian refugees into the US (a number suggested by the National Council of Churches), rather than the 10,000 the government is currently considering.

Oh, and don’t forget to send us money!

Please consider sending a donation to Church World Service to support their refugee programs and contacting your representatives in Congress to encourage opening our doors to accept many more refugees.

More here.

And, btw, Church World Service was the major contractor that came to my county back in 2007 and that first drew me into this serious issue.

Are you a member of one of these faith communities?  If so, it is time to stand up to your church!

*** Members of the National Council of Churches pushing for 100,000 mostly Muslim Syrians to be admitted to the US.  This is a very handy list of the churches that have become active in hard Left community organizing (add the USCCB and the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society and the gang is all here):

 

African Methodist Episcopal Church

The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

Alliance of Baptists

American Baptist Churches in the USA

Armenian Church of America, Eastern and Western Dioceses

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the United States and Canada

Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

Church of the Brethren

Community of Christ

Coptic Orthodox Archdiocese of North America

Ecumenical Catholic Communion

The Episcopal Church (USA)

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

Hungarian Reformed Church in America

International Council of Community Churches

Korean Presbyterian Church Abroad

Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church, American Diocese

Mar Thoma Church

Moravian Church in America, Northern and Southern Provinces

National Baptist Convention of America, Inc.

National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.

National Missionary Baptist Convention of America

Orthodox Church in America

Patriarchal Parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church in the USA

Polish National Catholic Church

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc.

Reformed Church in America

Religious Society of Friends, Friends United Meeting

Religious Society of Friends, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting

Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America

The Swedenborgian Church of North America

Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch, Archdiocese of the Eastern United States

Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA

United Church of Christ

The United Methodist Church

Action Alert:  Call your members of the House and Senate at 202-224-3121 and ask them to vigorously oppose the Refugee Resettlement funding contained in the Omnibus Spending Bill that will be voted on by 12-11-15! Please call by this Friday, Dec. 4th.

20 Responses to “It is Sunday morning: Is your church lobbying Congress for 100,000 Syrians to be admitted to the US”

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  4. Gary Lobb said

    There is no way the Syrians should be allowed, invited or brought into this country. We are inviting more of the shootings, terrorists attacks like the one in CA this week. Everyone who supports bringing them here are either blind, not in touch with reality. They are inviting people who will attack our country from within. Stop this insanity.

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  11. I clicked onto one of these religious groups. and sent a message on their “contact” option. I plan to do more…

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Great idea! Everyone should begin to hound these churches, and frankly I bet many don’t even know that their leadership is promoting the resettlement of 100,000 98% Syrian Muslims!

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    • domstudent11 said

      I did the same for ELCA, whose Bishop strongly supports “Syrian” refugee and urges members to contact their congressional representatives. They have an ELCA Advocacy Alert page which was written by none other than Brittney Nystrom, Director for Advocacy for LIRS (Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Service).

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  12. I believe we should help! Help them stay in their countries give them aid, food, guns medical , whatever to keep their homeland safe! BUT NOT ON America’s backs forever! Taking needed food medical #SS and all the things vets and ‘OUR’ people need? Our people do without while a flood of Syrians and all the rest coming will be kept in America as freeloaders taking our tax dollars? Never paying back what they “steal” from America?!! Keep them out and in their countries!!!

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  13. nafbpo7 said

    CWS CEO report shows salary of $213,000 per year

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  14. mjazzguitar said

    Ann, I see nowhere to donate for your efforts.
    You should set up a PayPal account that we can use to donate.
    I doubt that I am the only one who wants to help you with the costs.

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Thanks so much for the vote of confidence, but this is my charitable work. I’m not ruling it out in the future, but so far it is working out well for me and it isn’t entirely selfless! The most important power any volunteer (which I am!) has is control over one’s time. LOL! I don’t ever have to feel guilty for being lazy on any given day! Does that make sense?

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  15. cseanz said

    They’re not churches, not anymore. Just buildings where the “doctrines of demons” is being preached. I left a long time ago, when I smelled this rat.

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  16. I suggest going to your Church council and request that funds coming from your Church are withheld for this purpose….either going direct or indirect thru your national church body!

    Also, contact your congressmen/woman and tell them that they need to support the veto override!

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