Share the Plate with the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity on February 20

  • Welcome the refugee
  • Treat the stranger as your own
  • Compassion knows no borders
  • Love has no walls

For over twenty years, the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity (IM4HI) has brought people of faith together to act on these core beliefs. Members of IM4HI defend the humanity of the immigrant and fight for the rights of the incarcerated.

As part of IM4HI, members of UUFRC have participated in immigration hearings and vigils at ICE headquarters in San Francisco, advocated for the release of immigrants held in detention, and waited outside the jail in downtown Redwood City for released prisoners at risk of being delivered directly into ICE custody.

This California organization connects clergy and people of faith who work for social justice in Los Angeles County, the San Francisco Bay Area, and the Inland Valleys. Please help IM4HI continue to provide a compassionate religious perspective amidst the political clamor.

Donations can be made from the Friday before the service through the Tuesday following the service, using PayPal link GIVING and writing “Share the Plate” in the memo line. On the Sunday of the collection, all donations, unless otherwise specified, go to Share the Plate.