MARCHA Laments Violence in Texas, Ohio

August 08, 2019

MARCHA, Methodists Associated Representing the Cause of Hispanic Americans, has issued a statement lamenting the loss of precious lives to hate and violence over the past weekend in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.
“We pray for peace and comfort for the families and communities mourning these senseless tragedies,” the statement reads. 
“We are alarmed by how the evils of white supremacy, racism and xenophobia continue to spread through all levels of our nation and society, and the lack of leadership of those in positions of power and influence to address them effectively.”
Bishop Elias Galvan of The United Methodist Church is named as the contact person.
Read MARCHA statement here.