Our mission is to bring the message of the Word of God to inmates and their families both in the United States and abroad, and to provide for their spiritual needs as appropriate.
How We Aim to Achieve Our Mission:
The primary purpose of the Jail/Prison Chaplains is to provide religious services, guidance, counseling and Bibles for inmates. They are present to provide these functions at no cost or charge to the incarcerated and/or the institution. All Chaplains will follow all of the rules and regulations of the facility in which they serve. Chaplains are not permitted to give personal information (ie. last names, address, or phone numbers) regarding themselves or their families. They also are not permitted to pass or relay messages between inmates, make phone calls for inmates, place money in an inmates account, or provide bail. Chaplains will accept prayer requests from inmates, and may be able to provide Bibles for inmates when permitted by the facility rules. Families of the incarcerated may contact the Chaplain for questions or requests by using the email links on this page. For the answers to any questions not of a religious nature, please contact the officials at the Agency in charge of the facility.