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No matter where you’re from, you can participate in CBF West’s 2019 mission project—a giant block party on the Navajo Nation in northeastern Arizona the first weekend in August.
Convergence, a community block party, will serve an expected 1,000 residents from the vicinity of Leupp, Ariz., Aug. 2-4, noted Glen Foster, coordinator of CBF West.
Many churches and organizations are stepping up to serve the people coming into our country as immigrants and refugees with no safe place to stay as they seek temporary arrangements while awaiting their asylum hearings. One of our Fellowship Southwest congregations, Harbor Church in Phoenix, Ariz., uses its small facility to house people while they are on their way to family or friends around the country.
Several weeks ago, we publicized the need for comfortable sleeping arrangements for the masses of people arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border. Our partner churches south of the border are housing immigrants while they wait until they are allowed to enter the United States.