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Refugee and Immigrant Ministry

About the Ministry

“I was a stranger…” Christ said. “Did you welcome me?” Each of us is accountable to Him for how we respond to the strangers He has brought near.

ACTS 17:26,27; MATHEW 25:31–46

One out of seven persons in the US was born in another country – refugees, immigrants, international students and businesspersons. The Lord has brought people from every nation to our local communities – some already brothers and sisters in Christ, others who have never had a chance to know Him.


Every believer now has the opportunity to develop authentic redemptive relationships with these from abroad who are equally precious to Him, with ripple effects back to their homelands.


MNA Refugee and Immigrant Ministries comes alongside local PCA churches and believers to encourage and resource them as they engage, befriend, serve and disciple persons from every ethnicity, in fulfillment of both the Great Commission and Great Commandment. Let us help!

Meet the Coordinator

Pat Hatch


Raised in a Christian home, I made a personal commitment to Christ at a youth rally at age 13, after realizing that “God has no grandchildren; only children!” During two years teaching at a mission school in South Korea, the Lord taught me what it was like to be the odd person out in another culture. When I returned stateside, it was with a new empathy for immigrants to the US. I began to volunteer tutoring immigrant children at the school my own children attended, and soon afterward started volunteering with others from my church in resettling refugees from Viet...