When you see a church with a sanctuary designation, you know it’s a sanctuary church.
This church’s motto reads, “In God We Trust.”
But that’s not the only sanctuary church on the scene.
Many churches are not sanctuary churches at all.
Sanctuary churches are churches that have sanctuary status under federal immigration laws.
It’s not illegal to be in a sanctuary without being subject to deportation.
But many churches have not yet received sanctuary status.
For the last couple of years, we’ve been looking at these churches that aren’t officially designated as sanctuary churches.
They have sanctuary church status because the federal government has not declared them sanctuary churches, or the church has been in sanctuary status for years, and the church was never in sanctuary.
The church we’re talking about is the Church of the Nazarene, located in San Francisco, California.
That church was established in 1863 by James Martin, an abolitionist.
He was a charismatic preacher, and he was arrested in 1884 for preaching on behalf of the Ku Klux Klan.
Martin was convicted of seditious conspiracy and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
But after a pardon in 1893, he was released.
Martin continued to preach for a few years, but he was not in sanctuary and was eventually convicted of felony contempt.
He was freed in 1890, and his followers moved to San Francisco in 1890.
That was the last time Martin’s followers were in sanctuary, so he died.
In 1892, Martin was arrested for seditious conspiracies again, this time for advocating for the establishment of a separate state for the South, and was convicted and sentenced to a term of 10 years.
Martin became a fugitive from the law and was captured in France in 1894.
He spent some time in France before being recaptured in San Diego in 1895.
He and his family fled to the United States in 1896.
He fled to California and died in 1903.
He’s one of only a handful of sanctuary churches that has never been in jail.
But that’s what makes him such a special case.
There are many sanctuary churches in San Antonio, Texas.
It is not uncommon to see a sanctuary or sanctuary church sign on a church building or on a wall in a neighborhood.
We’ve seen a few sanctuary churches on TV and the internet, but this one has the most attention.
San Antonio has become known for its sanctuary city status.
It was founded in 1890 by Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the civil rights leader who led the struggle for civil rights.
He led the civil disobedience of the civil war, and in his speech at the 1963 March on Washington, he said that “all of us have the same responsibility to speak up and stand up against the racism and the injustice that has been practiced by the United Nations and the international community.”
San Antonio was a sanctuary city for a time.
But the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1973 that sanctuary cities are not sanctuaries.
Sanctuary cities allow illegal immigrants to live in the city, but they are not officially sanctuary churches because they don’t receive federal government funding.
But, for the first time in the history of the United State, there is a sanctuary for sanctuary churches under the new law.
It says that a sanctuary is any church that has not been designated as a sanctuary by the federal Government.
Sanctuary churches are generally run by people who are not involved in the religious life of the church.
It doesn’t mean they are proselytizing.
In some cases, sanctuary churches are run by volunteers, and they may be run by individuals or small groups of people.
They may have a sanctuary with a lot of people, or a small congregation.
It could be a church of one hundred and fifty people, for example.
Some sanctuary churches have been in the news recently.
Last week, a sanctuary in Dallas, Texas, was burned down.
The fire was started by anti-government agitators who were upset that the city council was passing a sanctuary law.
The city council voted unanimously to pass a sanctuary ordinance, but it was blocked by the state.
The sanctuary in San Bernardino, California, was also torched, but police said they did not think the arson was an act of terrorism.
There is some dispute as to whether the fire was terrorism or not.
The city of San Antonio has made a lot more progress than San Bernardino in terms of making sanctuary a more normal occurrence.
The sanctuary city designation is a step in the right direction, and I think the community is very happy with that.