We are excited to announce the official start of a new partnership between First Christian Church of Santa Fe and the New Mexico Immigrant Law Center!
Starting this week, staff attorneys and legal assistants covering northern New Mexico will be working at the church to support equal access to justice for immigrants. New Mexico Immigrant Law Center offers affordable and pro-bono access to legal services.
We as a church are proud to be able to support this work in this way, and we look forward to more collaboration as our partnership grows. A huge thanks to the amazing moving-in crew for bringing positive energy and a collaborative spirit – we are off to a great start! For more information on their work, visit:
New Mexico Immigrant Law Center
The Tennyson Center, Colorado
We have a longstanding commitment, partnership, and support for the work of the Tennyson Center. The Center works with children, youth and their families to overcome a variety of life crises, including abuse and neglect. Tennyson Center is a community of people dedicated to serving children and youth and strengthening families. We provide competent and caring treatment, education and advocacy services that are community-based, family-focused and child-centered.
Week of Compassion
St. Elizabeth Shelters, Santa Fe
St. Elizabeth Shelters and Supportive Housing are dedicated to assisting homeless individuals and families by providing emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, supportive housing and referrals to partnering human-service agencies. St. Elizabeth Shelter’s ultimate goal is to end the cycle of homelessness. The church supports this work with a special offering.
Adelante, Santa Fe
The SFPS Adelante Program plays a crucial role in educating the community about child homelessness, and advocates for our families’ needs with schools, human service agencies and the community at large. They provide leadership in promoting local and national policies towards ending child homelessness. The church also supports this work with a special offering.