Hand in Hand Immigration Services, Board Secretary Joe Morrison, has civic citizenship class in the small chapel at the First United Methodist Church. Hand in Hand's association with the church allows the church to extend its long-standing Latino Ministry and social justice work.
Joe Morrison, el secretario de la mesa directiva de Hand in Hand servicios de inmigración, da una clase cívica de ciudadanía en la pequeña capilla de la Primera Iglesia Motedista Unida. La asociación de Hand in Hand permite que la iglesia extiende su trabajo de largo plazo de justicia social y ministerio latino.
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