Sign, sign, can’t you read the sign.
The marquee in front of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 10301 Coastal Hwy., which translates to “We are in solidarity with immigrants,” is a response to the recent spike in arrests and detentions by Immigration Control and Enforcement officials, said Pastor Gregg Knepp.
Concerned that families are being torn apart, Knepp consulted with Bishop Bill Gohl Jr., who oversees more than 170 Lutheran Churches in Delaware and Maryland.
“Before I knew it, I had agreed to coordinate a response on the Eastern Shore,” he said. “I’m not sure if I volunteered or if I was assigned this responsibility.”