West Midlands Open Evening – Prison Fellowship and Caring for Ex-Offenders

Thursday 7th March: 7pm-8.30pm

HMP Oakwood (Family Pathway Centre)

Oaks Drive, Featherstone, West Midlands, WV10 7QD

Do you have a heart for prison ministry by supporting prisoners through prayer and volunteering within your community?

Or interested to know how your church can support those coming out of prison?

We would like to invite you to attend an open evening, as we share about the work of Prison Fellowship and Caring for Ex-Offenders and local prison ministry. It is an opportunity to consider what being involved in this area of ministry looks like, and to discuss the positive impact that the church can have on ex-offenders, and how you can get involved in supporting HMP Oakwood through prayer and volunteering.

Prison Fellowship is a volunteer-driven organisation, through our 1,700+ volunteer members; we have a mission to show Christ’s love to prisoners by coming alongside them, praying and supporting them to change.

Caring for Ex Offenders vision is to reduce reoffending by reintegrating ex-offenders into society through the local church. We equip churches, through training and advice, to enable them to support ex-offenders live transformed lives.

Space is limited: to confirm your interest in attending the event, or to find out more information, please contact Justin at: justinbloomfield@prisonfellowship.org.uk or 07989 477 887

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