This volume is among the first to reflect on the contemporary phenomenon of migration from an ecclesiological perspective. It sets the context of migration and cultural encounters within a global capitalist economy. Expounding on the concept of interculturality through the use of several theoretical frameworks, such as those of Stuart Hall and Pierre Bourdieu, the authors locate cultural practices in the context of power. A. M. Brazal and E. S. de Guzman describe and evaluate contemporary metaphors for the church, and identify new ecclesiological models which have emerged in response to various migration contexts. Intercultural Church: Bridge of Solidarity in the Migration Context is proposed to imagine new directions for church in an ever-changing society.