UMNS news story summarizing United Methodist responses as of Jan. 30
General Board of Church and Society statement standing with immigrants and refugees
Global Ministries statement on "Ministry with Migrants and Refugees"
United Methodist Women statement opposing refugee ban
General Commission on Religion and Race statement on "Welcoming Immigrants"
National Justice for Our Neighbors (NJFON), a United Methodist-sponsored program, statement on "Still Standing with our Immigrant Neighbors"
- From the Northeast Jurisdiction College of Bishops
- From all of the bishops in Texas
- From Bruce Ough, President of the Council of Bishops and resident bishop of the Minnesota and Dakotas Annual Conferences
- From David Bard, of the Detroit and West Michigan Annual Conferences
- From Thomas Bickerton, of the New York Annual Conference
- From Sally Dyck, of the Northern Illinois Annual Conference
- From Latrelle Easterling, of the Baltimore-Washington Annual Conference
- From Peggy Johnson, of the Eastern Pennsylvania and Peninsula-Delaware Annual Conferences
- From Bill McAlilly, of the Tennessee and Memphis Annual Conferences
- From Julius Trimble, of the Indiana Annual Conference
Several United Methodist leaders also signed joint statements with other faith leaders, including the following: