Prisons


Around 92,400 men, women and teenagers across the UK are currently serving prison sentences. With many of them finding themselves at the lowest point in their lives they need to hear about the hope Jesus offers them.

Day in, day out for the last 15 years, our Message in Prisons teams have been going into prisons sharing the good news of Jesus in word and deed.

Whilst sharing the gospel is at the heart of what the team do, this isn’t just through chapel services and Bible study groups.

Peacemaker courses teach individuals the skills they need to help them resolve conflict and manage their emotions; mentoring programmes equip them for life outside of prison and music classes provide a way that relationships can be built with prisoners.

Today we’re working in prisons throughout England and in Wales, and God is moving in prisons. Lives are being transformed forever as people find the hope and love Jesus offers.

‘I’m unrecognisable from the guy I was, Jesus’ love has transformed my life.’

Stories


Changing Lives in Prison


When our Prisons team first met James* he was in a dark place and struggling with depression and self-harm. But Jesus changed everything.

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Broadcasting Hope into Cells


This week is Prisons Week. But what has lockdown meant for prisoners? We caught up with one of our Prison Outreach Workers to find out what’s been happening to continue sharing hope in prisons.

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Message prisons worker

Finding Jesus in Lockdown


As Jo from our prisons team heads back into prisons she shares stories of ladies coming to faith during lockdown.

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