Prison Fellowship remembers Bishop Harry R. Jackson Jr., a heavyweight in the fight for criminal justice reform and a long-serving member of our board of directors.
Prison Fellowship leadership urges new administration to advance policies helping men and women impacted by crime and incarceration become productive returning citizens.
We at Prison Fellowship stand with our brothers and sisters of faith who decry racism as both an individual and systemic sin that violates human dignity and worth.
Prison Fellowship works hard every day to advance justice that restores and reflects the God-given value of all persons. In some cases, legislation can help mitigate inequalities, and we have been advocating for proportional sentencing and justice that addresses the systemic biases and prejudices borne by people of color.
Prison Fellowship’s partners with The Salvation Army and their Adult Rehabilitation Center residential program to benefit Califronia's returning citizens.
California is in the midst of some of the largest fires ever to break out in the state. More firefighters are needed. For many years now, California has looked to the incarcerated for help.
“Although COVID-19 may have closed the doors of America's prisons, it couldn't shut out the hope of the Gospel.” Through Floodlight, a new Prison Fellowship program, inspirational and educational content is available to prisons across the nation.
Heroes Act includes additional funding for reentry, COVID-19 response, and allows entrepreneurs with a criminal past access to the Paycheck Protection Program.
Prison Fellowship is joining with other faith leaders in Michigan in supporting criminal justice reform.
New Prison Fellowship partnership with platinum selling artist Lecrae opens door to first prison event since COVID-19 pandemic began at St. Clair prison in Springville, AL.