Join us at 6 for food and fellowship.
Please join us for a community dinner from 6-7pm, with marchers arriving from Somos Un Pueblo Unido's day of action. You are also warmly invited to Somos' Rally and March preceding the dinner.
And at 7 for prayer and song.
This bilingual multi-faith healing service will celebrate the dignity, humanity, and belovedness of immigrant communities living in Northern New Mexico, while also honoring the struggle, sacrifice, and oppression that continue through a broken immigration system.
Uplifting music, prayer, and stories by immigrants of struggle and empowerment will be shared. Faith leaders from Buddhist, Catholic, Native, Jewish, Protestant, Sikh, Sufi, Unitarian Universalist traditions, and other traditions, will share prayers and help bring our communities together in solidarity, friendship, healing, and building peace.
Key elements of the service will include:
- an immigrant worker connected with Somos un Pueblo Unido sharing their testimony about wage theft
- a film clip by Santa Fe Dreamers Project about the Cibola Detention Center in Milan, NM
- San Isidro Youth Ministry sharing a story about deportation and family dislocation
- a video message from Kadhim Al-bumohammed about his experience of living in Sanctuary in Albuquerque (with support from the Albuquerque Friends Meeting House)
Organized by the Santa Fe Faith Network for Immigrant Justice
Major Community Collaborators & Sponsors Include: Adriana Avila Media, Albuquerque Friends Meeting House, Alicia Tortilleria, Ana Luisa Event Rentals, Archdiocese of Santa Fe, Danielle Jimenez, First Christian Church, First Presbyterian Church, Inayati Sufi Order Santa Fe Center, Interfaith Leadership Alliance of Santa Fe, New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice, NMHU Santa Fe Master's of Social Work Student Association, Santa Fe Dreamers Project, Santa Fe Higher Education Center, Santa Fe Reporter, San Isidro Parish, Seventh Wave Singers, Somos un Pueblo Unido, Temple Beth Shalom, United Church of Santa Fe, Unitarian Universalist of Santa Fe, Westminster Presbyterian, & Wise Fool.