We believe no one is beyond hope. Do you?

Luke's Story
Our mission

To show Christ’s love to people in prison by coming alongside them and supporting them.

PF Updates

Welcoming Catherine!

We are delighted to announce that Catherine De Souza will be joining us from Monday 2nd September as our new CEO! An ordained minister in the Elim church, Catherine brings a wealth of experience in leadership and criminal justice.

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Sycamore Tree

Jamie's Story

Jamie got himself into a lot of trouble and was sentenced to life in prison. And then, one Wednesday afternoon, he found himself on week one of the Sycamore Tree course where our volunteer, Ruthie, was the tutor.

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Exploring Prison Ministry

On Thursday 18th July we are holding a national online event for people interested in being involved in prison ministry. This event will take place from 7pm until 8pm. We have growing opportunities from many prisons across the country, for PF volunteers to run Sycamore Tree programmes, support Chaplaincy ministry, support Angel Tree at Christmas and much more.

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Stories of hope

The combined impact of all our work makes PF the force it is today and will continue to be tomorrow: thousands of people showing Christ’s love to those in prison!

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Our programmes

Last year:
Every day, our volunteers are coming alongside men and women in their local prison, practically and in prayer.
Lives impacted
Our estimate of lives impacted through our programmes and our volunteers' presence in prisons.
Our local PF groups pray for and practically support their local prison - our aim is to have a group for every prison!

We restore the lives of people in prison

PF volunteers support people in prison on their journey of restoration. Find out how we are standing alongside people in prison across England and Wales and how you can be part of this ministry.

Latest devotional

The cave

David wrote Psalm 57 and Psalm 142 in the Cave of Adullam. These are both instructional passages, revealing David’s ability to be completely realistic about the circumstances he finds himself in – struggling with emotions, yet not getting so lost in them that he loses sight of God. In fact, we see David lifting his heart and mind up from himself and fixing them onto God who is his real refuge and place of confidence.

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Legacy Stories

Alan's legacy of love

Sue chose Prison Fellowship as one of the memorial charities for Alan’s funeral. She explains, ‘It’s fabulous work and there’s so much to do. You just know that donations would be put to the best use. I would encourage anyone thinking about it to do the same.’

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— Pray with us

Join us praying for prisoners, their families, prison staff and chaplaincy teams across England and Wales.

Are you a cyclist?

We have places in the Ford RideLondon cycle challenge! Take part and see lives changed.

Connect your church

We believe we are answering Jesus’ call to support and love some of the most marginalised people in our society, and that the Church has a central role to play.