The singing and sounds of the hands playing the piano expects to be heard. Not just in god`s house but in the white house. The United Methodist Church calls on God to answer a prayer. A prayer for U.S. Senate to pass the Comprehensive Immigration Reform. A reform that will not just include enforcement but a pathway to legalize immigrants. "Comprehensive Immigration Reform is not new it`s been into affect for 30 years and this community has been involved for nine years. We`ve provided a servant role to people who come here, our parents and grandparents who came here who were immigrants," sais Dave Howery of Mission St. Joseph. If the bill isn`t passed there may be stricter laws for illegal immigrants and punishment to those who employ them. Howery believes this isnt the way to go. He thinks there`s a need for immigrants and that they too need justice. "We benefit from the labor they provide for us," he says. Martha Wakely of the Community Cultural Diversity Committee says this issues hits close to home for her. "My family members walked here from Guadalahara, Mexico seeking a dream for a better life," she said. Wakely and the memebers of this congregation hope for answered prayers and a reform that will help us help each other.