EVANGELICAL AND INTERFAITH LEADERS BEGIN ONGOING PRAYER VIGILS AND CALL ON GOVERNMENT LEADERS TO HELP
Los Angeles- President Trump has said that his immigration policy is focused on the deportation of people who are threats to public safety. Why then has Pastor Noe Carias been detained?
Pastor Carias is serving a thriving evangelical church in South Los Angeles. His wife as well as his 5 and 7 year old children are citizens. Pastor Carias has 25 year old deportation orders resulting simply from entering the U.S. without permission as a teenager. His lawyer has filed petitions to remove those orders. Apparently, ICE is not even willing to wait for the court to decide whether Pastor Carias can stay in this country. Evangelical Latino leaders joined by the interfaith community are committed to call on God and our government to release Pastor Noe Carias.
WHEN: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday July 25-28. Tuesday and Friday, Mrs. Carias will be available for interview
TIME: Tuesday-Thursday, 11:00am-1:00pm. Friday, 7:00pm-9:00pm
WHERE: Tuesday-Thursday, Los Angeles Federal Building of USCIS. Friday, Pastor Carias’ Church: Iglesia Pentecostes Cristo la Roca de Poder, Asambleas de Dios
ADDRESS: Tuesday-Thursday, 300 N. Los Angeles, CA 90012. Friday: 1925 Temple St., Suite 211, Los Angeles CA 90026
WHO: Southern District of the Assemblies of God, COPALA, La Red de Pastores del Sur de California, Matthew 25, UNIDOS, CLUE, LA Voice
Media Contacts: Guillermo Torres, 323-228-2753 & Pastor Ada Valiente 1-909-472-5593
As Assemblies of God Southern District Superintendent Dr. Sergio Navarette states, “Pastor Noe Carias is and has been a faithful and very active member, local church leader, and Pastor of the Southern Pacific District of the Assemblies of God for the past 23 years. It's our prayer, hope and desire for ICE to grant the stay of removal for him. He's married to Mrs. Carias, a US Citizen, and they both have two precious children. As their Superintendent, I've known Pastor Carias for many years and I can testify of his faithful service to God and to our Hispanic people for many years."