Immigrant Solidarity

Peace is the fruit of solidarity. (John Paul II)

Prayer Vigils for Immigrant Justice

All vigils are 8:30 am to 10 am at the Norris Cotton Federal Building, 275 Chestnut Street, Manchester. Upcoming dates are:

December 19, 2017
January 2, 2018
January 16, 2018

Sanctuary Church

Currently, there are two New Hampshire churches that have pledged to be a “level 1” Sanctuary. That is, they will physically house people who are in danger of deportation.

Churches that cannot make this great a commitment by pledge to be “level 2” Sanctuaries. That is, they will provide volunteer support to the “level 1” churches.

Any church may sign the Solidarity pledge here (PDF). So far, about 25 churches and religious bodies in New Hampshire have made this pledge. If you, your pastor or your congregation signs it, please send it back to us and let us know!

Roman Catholics should know that Bishop Libasci issued a letter to his clergy about Sanctuary that should be read before taking any of these steps.


Share the Journey, Catholic Relief Services

National Migration Week (January 7-13), US Conference of Catholic Bishops

Episcopal Migration Ministries

Does your church or denomination have resources to share? Contact us at and we can post them here!