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...
Given the kind of year it had been, Angel Tree seeing a record number of parents taking part and children receiving presents is nothing short of miraculous.
Provides hope and care through matching a prisoner with a PF volunteer who in turn writes letters that, in some instances, provide the only communication a prisoner receives.
Volunteers enable parents in prison to send a gift to their children at Christmas, strengthening the parent-child relationship, and lessening the heartache often experienced.
A restorative justice and victim awareness course delivered to prisoners by trained volunteers. Learners explore the impact of their crime.
Our volunteers provide much-needed and wide-ranging support to busy prison chaplaincies, from running programmes to helping with a service.
Prayer Line allows anyone in prison to leave a message with their personal prayer request. On the same day and over the coming weeks, PF volunteers pray for them.
Angel Tree Mothers’ Day enables young people in prison to have a gift sent on their behalf, containing their own message, to their mother or other significant adult, on Mothers’ Day.
Despite the devastating situation, Prison Fellowship Ukraine continues to serve the country as they seek to help those in Kyiv and the surrounding areas.
PF volunteers support prisoners on their journey of restoration. Find out how we are standing alongside prisoners across England and Wales and how you can be part of this ministry.