The Ulster Immigrant Defense Network is made up of affiliated organizations including community groups and faith communities. If you are part of an organization interested in becoming a UIDN affiliate, please contact Father Frank Alagna, Current affiliates are shown below.

Community Groups

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SURJ Ulster County. Showing up for Racial Justice is a national network of groups and individuals organizing white people for racial justice. Through community organizing, mobilizing, and education, SURJ moves white people to act with passion and accountability as part of a multiracial majority for justice.

Ulster Activists (UAct) is a group of local concerned citizens working together to protect human and environmental rights and to resist the policies of the current administration.
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Woodstock Immigrant Support (WIS) assists immigrants who live and/or work in Woodstock. The group focuses on individual assistance, town policies, and community education. Contact:

Faith Communities

Read the Statement of Conscience and Faith issued by UIDN’s early religious affiliates.

Christ the King Episcopal Church, Stone Ridge
Church of the Messiah, Rhinebeck
Congregation Emmanuel of the Hudson Valley
Holy Cross/Santa Cruz Episcopal Church, Kingston
Iglesia Evangelica Amigos, Kingston
Islamic Association of Ulster County
New Paltz Jewish Congregation
New Progressive Baptist Church, Kingston
Old Dutch Reformed Church, Kingston
Pointe of Praise Church, Kingston

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St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church, Woodstock
St. James United Methodist Church, Kingston
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Kingston
St. John’s Memorial Episcopal Church, Ellenville
Second Iglesia La Mision Asamblea de Dios, Kingston
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Catskills, Kingston
Vida Real Congregation, Kingston
Woodstock Jewish Congregation
Worldwide Ministries All I Can in Christ Inc., Kingston