Prison Fellowship® has served prisoners, former prisoners, and their families for more than 40 years. Our vision is to see all those affected by crime and incarceration restored to God, to their families, and to their communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic temporarily halted some of our programs. However, our commitment to our vision never wavered.
As prisons open and our nation navigates a new chapter in the pandemic, we will continue to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ into prisons however we can, advocate for a more restorative criminal justice system, support second chances, and work to support and strengthen families with a parent in prison.
STORIES FROM THE PANDEMIC
While the COVID-19 pandemic may have shut down prisons, it couldn’t shut down the Good News of Jesus Christ. Current prisoners, returning citizens, their families, and others affected by crime and incarceration face unique issues with pandemic living. Check out their stories below.
PRISON FELLOWSHIP COVID-19 NEWS AND RESOURCES
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
QUESTION: My loved one is in a Prison Fellowship program. The DOC won't provide any information about how they are doing. Can you help me get information?
QUESTION: My loved one is sick with what I believe are COVID-19 symptoms. Can you help?
QUESTION: How can prisoners protect themselves from getting COVID-19? Should I donate face masks or hand sanitizer?
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