Working in six prisons and young offenders’ units across the UK, our prisons team runs accredited courses and assists in resettlement back into the community, often in partnership with the Message Enterprise Centre.
We’re looking for a volunteer Development Assistant for our prisons ministry. Could it be you?
We’re looking for volunteer Offender Outreach Workers. Could it be you?
Today is the Advance 2020 summit. Please pray that this will be a great day where people will encounter God and be fired up for evangelism as we prepare to take the gospel to the nation in 2020.
Tim Mycock, manager of our prisons teams, reflects over the last 15 years of prisons ministry at The Message…
We met Dennis at the house his building team are helping to renovate. To see him laughing and joking with everyone it’s hard to imagine what his life was like before he met Christ…
From a vision in 2004 to reach young people in prisons, our work has grown and today we’re seeing the lives of countless prisoners transformed each year as inmates discover the love and hope Jesus offers them.
The Message’s prison team take the gospel of Jesus to some of the most broken and vulnerable people in the UK and are seeing breakthrough for repentance, salvation and healing. We talked to offender worker Joe Brady to find out…
After years trapped in a cycle of drugs and crime, Joe had lost everything, even his family. But after finding Christ in prison, he is now completely free from addiction and has been restored to his family.
Prisons worker Richard Oppong-Boateng shares some of the most powerful moments he’s experienced seeing some of the most broken lives restored
Returning to the prison where he was held more than 10 years ago, Cyril has been sharing hope and seeing salvation
Message team member and Urban Hero 2016 Cyril Wilding shares his amazing story of transformation
Message South Africa is going from strength to strength, writes Angus Buchan in the latest edition of Flow magazine
One of our apprentices shared his testimony in a prison service last week, & led all the inmates in prayer at the end. 6 inmates signed up to our discipleship course as a result!
Parc Prison is home to the largest young offenders’ institution in the UK.
Our prison worker took two ex-inmates along to @thehighertour the day after their release. They responded to the gospel and now follow Jesus!
Linda McKay explains why she’s joining the team leading our new residential centre, The Oaks