Sewing Class

Refugees, Immigrants, & the Church: A seminar about how your church can be involved

Tabernacle Baptist Church (Fellowship Hall) (map)

Come and learn from professional resettlement agencies and other organizations that assist in the refugee resettlement process.

Hear stories from resettled families who are now home in Virginia. Hands on seminars will include exposure to a multitude of opportunities for your local church.

A day long seminar about how congregations throughout Virginia can get involved in support of refugees and immigrants. Sponsor organizations include: the BGAV, Tabernacle Baptist Church, Richmond's First Baptist Church, and ReEstablish Richmond.

$25 Per congregation. Link here to register.

Sewing Class

Sewing Class

Refugee Resource Fair for World Refugee Day

Refugee Resource Fair for World Refugee Day

Tuckahoe YMCA (map)

Providing resources and information about jobs, local business, housing, healthcare, immigration, faith communities, education, community mentors, money management.

Fun for the entire family! There will be a kid area with face painting, games, an outdoor soccer tournament, and a rock climbing wall. Delicious food and great music for all. 

Sewing Class

Sewing Class

Sewing Class

Sewing Class

Refugees From Slavery: The Foundry Series hosted by the American Civil War Museum

The American Civil War Museum (map)

What do Kenya and Jordan have in common with the U.S. Civil War? Present-day refugee camps share important similarities with Civil War contraband camps. Discover how men, women, and children who fled from slavery to contraband camps influenced emancipation, the progress of the war, and the redefinition of U.S. citizenship.

Featuring :

Chandra M. Manning, Ph.D., Georgetown University

Community Partners:

Church World Service & ReEstablish Richmond

$10, $8 for members.