The Immigrant Connection office at La Iglesia El Camino in Greenville, South Carolina was featured in this news report. We apologize for the low quality of the video, but make no apologies for the amazingly high quality service that this church is providing immigrants in their community, helping them make things right with the law and working on the solution side of this nation-wide concern.
Rev. Frankie Rodriguez and his team of volunteers have worked tirelessly getting the word out about the services that will be available to their community through their Immigrant Connection site. Their work has paid off and just this past week they celebrated the Grand Opening of their Immigrant Connection site in Greenville, South Carolina. This report took place at the celebration of the Grand Opening of both Immigrant Connection Centers on October 8, 2015.
Since the start of the Immigrant Connection Ministry in 2013, Rev. Frankie Rodriguez has been a strong advocate in his community for immigrants and for the Immigrant Connection ministry of The Wesleyan Church. His vision for an Immigrant Connection site in every district of The Wesleyan Church continues to drive the ministry.
On July 7th, 2015, Rev. Frankie Rodriguez and La Iglesia Wesleyana El Camino in Greenville, South Carolina celebrated as they received notice of approval by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) as an Immigrant Connection Office.
Immigrant Connection sites are now found across the United States with many more in process. See a map here for more information about what is happening near you.