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Prison & Jail Ministry in Action

Kingsway Prison and Family Outreach is a service ministry reaching out in Christian love to inmates, ex-offenders, and their families regardless of what they have done.

Prison ministry can be very rewarding and discouraging at the same time:  rewarding in seeing people come to Christ and turn their lives around in a new direction; discouraging in watching others keep repeating the behavior patterns that caused them to become incarcerated.  The letters and cards we receive from inmates and their families let us know that we are touching lives in a positive way.  Kingsway understands the value of hard places:  they show insufficiencies and failures in areas of our lives that need to change.  We believe that Christ is the One who really changes a person’s heart and attitudes.

Kingsway PAFO, through our volunteers, contributors, and prayer warriors, reaches out to a population who made wrong choices in their lives.  They are paying the price to society for their choices.  Kingsway is not a fruit inspector, but a fruit harvester for Jesus.  Come join us in the harvest for Christ.
Remember God’s mercy is greater than our mistakes.
"Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail..."  Lamentations 3:22-23 

Kingsway PAFO Volunteers...

  • Facilitate regular fellowship services inside several prisons and regional jails

    • Fluvanna Correctional Center:  Weekly Bible studies

    • Coffeewood Correctional Center:  Monthly  

  • Provide Bibles, Bible study materials, testimonials, etc., to prisoners in many other prisons and jails

  • Send birthday cards, holiday cards, and letter correspondence to prison inmates

  • Package and deliver Christmas gift bags containing items that have been approved by the DOC to inmates

  • Conduct Bible studies upon request

  • Offer training and resources to churches and individuals interested in prison ministry

  • Offer the Apple Tree Project for the children of inmates  (See Apple Tree Project)

Revised 3/21/24
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