There is a peaceful rebellion growing against federal immigration law and the interpretation of that law by the Trump administration. More than 800 houses of worship across the country have volunteered to shelter illegal immigrants and their families who face deportation — daring federal agents to step through their stained-glass doors. The churches and

synagogues are joining more than 600 cities and counties that have declared themselves sanctuaries—ordering their police not to detain people if it’s only because of their immigration status. In no other venue of the law has so much of the nation stood in defiance of Washington. Philadelphia’s Arch Street Methodist Church was built by Abraham Lincoln’s favorite minister.  Rev. Robin Hynicka: We are a sanctuary church. And a 155 years later, Reverend Robin Hynicka is on the same chapter and verse.  READ MORE