Stories of hope

As my time leading Prison Fellowship (PF) draws to a close, I have been thinking joyfully about the last nine years and looking…

Henry’s Story

Have you ever missed the end of your favourite TV programme? Not knowing how stories conclude can be very frustrating. Our curious minds…

When do you pray?

When do you pray? Maybe you have time set aside each day for prayer? Perhaps you are a member of a prayer group?…

The Importance of Prayer

Prayer has always been a key part of Prison Fellowship. We are an organisation birthed from it. When Prison Fellowship began in 1979,…

This house is built on rock

Surviving and thriving through the pandemic “Being present” with people is something CEO Peter Holloway holds at the centre of PF’s work. He…

Call of the Heart – Prayer Line

Prisoners have been experiencing difficult conditions in the extreme version of lockdown they have had to endure. Many were in their cell for…

Launching Prayer Line in prison

People in prison who want to be prayed for or who want to remotely join worship services will have the option of dialling…

“I can honestly say that I never had as much satisfaction when I worked as I do now as a volunteer.” — Arthur, Chaplaincy Support volunteer

Volunteer with PF

Volunteers are the life-blood of our organisation, and what they do in the lives of those in prison and as they pray, is incredibly valuable. If you are looking to use your time to support some of the most marginalised people in our society to transform their lives, then volunteering could be for you.

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