Equipping the church to respond to the immigration crisis with compassion and justice

 A 6-month certificate program for leaders, pastors, faith-based community organizers, bible institutes students, and any Christian who is committed to faith-rooted social justice. You will receive biblical, theological, legal, pastoral, and leadership tools to mobilize Christians toward a more just world for immigrant communities.

Professors

A group of pastors, activists, psychologists, and theologians provide practical tools for accompanying and mobilizing local churches toward God’s mission within the US immigration context. Read more

Modules

Each module discusses a particular immigration topic: theology, the legal system in the US, psychological and pastoral responses, and organizing and advocacy work. Learn more

Admission

New group begins in March 13, 2021. The [extended] deadline for applying is March 6. Apply for a scholarship up to 50%. Apply now.


It is incredible that in only six month, a group of leaders was ready to educate the church and to connect with our community to support immigrants

Rev. Ruben Duran, participant from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

The program has been an eye-opening experience to me and my small group, serving as a first step in our desire to serve the immigrant community.

Claudia Guinea, participant for the First Baptist Church in San Pedro, Los Angeles, CA.

Partners

About

Centro Latino exist to educate contextually, conect interculturally, and serve globally to the Latina/o church and its community.

Get in Touch

Reach out so we can work together in preparing the church to respond with compassion and justice to the immigration crisis.

juanmartinezbenavid@fuller.edu
(202) 378-0429
Recruiter