Irish Churches recognised the biblical imperative to practice hospitality, inclusiveness, advocacy, and the importance of promoting intercultural dialogue when they endorsed the Irish Churches Affirmations on Migration, Diversity and Interculturalism in 2009. Individual churches are to report back in 2010.
Hard copies can be obtained from the EMBRACE office, the Inter-Church Centre, or the Parish Integration Project.
What the Bible says About the Stranger: Biblical Perspectives on Racism, Migration, Asylum and Cross-Community Issues Second Revised and Expanded Edition, Kieran J. O’Mahony OSA, 2009
There are some Biblical Reflections in Inter-Cultural Insights: A series of Christian Reflections on Racism, Hospitality and Identity from the Island of Ireland. All-Ireland Churches’ Consultative Meeting on Racism/ Irish Inter-Church Meeting, 2006
The Dublin-based Parish Integration Project Unity and Diversity in our Churches, 2008, compiled by Adrian Cristea, along with Alan Martin, Robert Cochran and Tony Walsh, contains some Bible studies.
Churches Together in Britain and Ireland Racial Justice Resourcesinclude theological and practical considerations about asylum and immigration.