March MFSA Program About Immigration – March 10

The next meeting of the Southwest Texas Chapter of the Methodist Federation for Social Action will be Thursday, March 10 at Emmanuel UMC, 200 Brushy Street, in downtown Austin. The program will focus on immigration issues. Special guests at the meeting will be members of the host church as well as a representative of the Central Texas Chapter of MFSA, which has been advocating for immigrants for several years. Ms. Marjorie Herbert, a retired attorney will be discussing what their MFSA chapter has learned about Immigration and some of the actions the local congregations have done in Georgetown. Snacks and mingling will begin at 6:30p; the program starts at 7:00p. Join us, and bring a friend!

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