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Immigration attorney and St. Paul’s member Charles Foster will address an open meeting of ProjectCURATE. He will help the group re-imagine how the church can be involved in immigration reform and work toward a sustainable way of welcoming others and working toward the economic success of our country. 

“Where There Is No Path: Re-imagining Immigration Reform” will be Saturday, September 19, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. in Abraham Station. 

ProjectCURATE is a laboratory for ministry innovation and community connections, begun last fall here at St. Paul’s in collaboration with the Texas Annual Conference Center for Missional Excellence with representatives from six diverse communities ranging from Fifth Ward to the prison system.

The work of this laboratory will be presented at the University of Cambridge this fall by Dr. Matt Russell, St. Paul’s senior associate minister for faith formation. Under the umbrella of “The Subversive Good; Disrupting Power, Transcending Inequalities,” he will be in dialogue with Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury.