Father Sam Fuller, OFM Cap

Who signed the Immigrant Solidarity Pledge?

These are the churches and denominations that have signed the Solidarity pledge (PDF). Do you see your church or organization below? If not, what’s stopping you? Talk to your pastor or to us about taking the next steps to show solidarity with our immigrant Granite Staters.

Currently, three of these churches that have additionally pledged to be a “level 1” Sanctuary. That is, they will physically house people who are in danger of deportation. If you are interested in making that commitment, please contact us or the Granite State Organizing Project.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

  • Our Savior Lutheran Church, Hanover
  • Concordia Lutheran Church
  • Community Lutheran Church, Enfield

Presbyterian Church (USA)

  • Nashua Presbyterian Church

Society of Friends (Quaker)

  • Dover Friends Meeting
  • Concord Friends Meeting
  • Hanover Friends Meeting

Roman Catholic

  • St. Anne-St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church, Manchester
  • Sister of the Holy Cross
  • Sisters of Mercy

The Episcopal Church

  • Episcopal Church of Our Savior, Milford
  • St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Goffstown
  • St. Andrews’s Episcopal Church, Manchester

United Church of Christ

  • New Hampshire Conference, United Church of Christ
  • Meriden Congregational Church
  • Church of Christ at Dartmouth College
  • Madbury United Church of Christ
  • First Church in Jaffrey, UCC
  • Congregational Church of Greenland
  • Community Congregational Church, UCC

United Methodist Church

  • New England United Methodist Conference
  • Lebanon United Methodist Church

Unitarian Universalist

  • Manchester Unitarian Universalist Church
  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Concord
  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua
  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Eastern Slopes
  • Exeter Unitarian Universalist Church
  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Franklin