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Nearly 300 interfaith leaders gathered at the Clergy for Tolerance breakfast in Nashville out of concern for upcoming immigration legislation in Tennessee. Photo by Mike Dubose, United Methodist News Service.

Nearly 300 interfaith leaders gathered at the Clergy for Tolerance breakfast in Nashville out of concern for upcoming immigration legislation in Tennessee. Photo by Mike Dubose, United Methodist News Service.


Thank you for visiting us at Clergy for Tolerance to learn more about immigration and faith issues in Tennessee.

Clergy for Tolerance seeks to present an alternate view on immigration by utilizing state and national facts, examining faith perspectives, and providing opportunities for us to express compassion to our immigrant neighbors.

“Now is the time for us to build the moral capital in houses of faith for the coming tsunami of anti-immigration rhetoric and anti-immigration laws. Now is the time for pro-active collaboration among good willed people of faith so that we can advance the common good in the state of Tennessee.”

 Dr. Robert Parham,  Baptist Center for Ethics and EthicsDaily.com

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