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The Conversation Continues

Thank you to those who were able to attend our community meeting on March 10th.  The meeting was fruitful and a few folks have stepped up to explore next steps for BCICRR.

We remain steadfast in our commitment to the Afghan family and will support them until that is no longer needed.  And we continue in support of unaccompanied refugee minors.  We can take the time that is needed to determine what, if any, new endeavors BCICRR might undertake.  We will keep you informed through this newsletter as new ideas emerge.

Ramadan Mubarak

Our Muslim families and friends are entering the holy month of Ramadan.  Ramadan is more than just a month of fasting.  It is a time of study and prayer and family gatherings.  We wish them "Ramadan Mubarak" or "blessed Ramadan".  May we all practice the golden rule, as taught by the Prophet Muhammed in this saying:

“Whoever wants to enter paradise, let him treat people the way he would love to be treated.”

Our interfaith community grounds our work in the teachings of our diverse traditions. Each meeting of BCICRR begins with a reading or reflection from a member of the community. We share one of them here.


Bucks County Interfaith Coalition for Refugee Resettlement (BCICRR) was founded in 2016 as an all-volunteer group working together to support two Syrian families.


The coalition is made up of Christians, Jews, Muslims, and others who have come together to provide friendship, practical assistance, and financial support for these families. Along the way we have become an extended family, supporting and learning from one another.

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