A sign outside Lorraine Avenue Mennonite Church in Wichita welcomes immigrants and refugees while depicting Mary, Joseph and Jesus as refugees fleeing to Egypt. Photo taken Jan. 31, 2017.
A sign outside Lorraine Avenue Mennonite Church in Wichita welcomes immigrants and refugees while depicting Mary, Joseph and Jesus as refugees fleeing to Egypt. Photo taken Jan. 31, 2017. Katherine Burgess The Wichita Eagle
A sign outside Lorraine Avenue Mennonite Church in Wichita welcomes immigrants and refugees while depicting Mary, Joseph and Jesus as refugees fleeing to Egypt. Photo taken Jan. 31, 2017. Katherine Burgess The Wichita Eagle

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