Graham Simpson represented the Diocese of Western Massachusetts during “Advocacy to Challenge Domestic Poverty,” a May 12-14 conference to train young...
[Episcopal News Service] An Arkansas Episcopal congregation’s prison storytelling...
[Episcopal News Service] The Episcopal Church’s General Convention, in addition to placing racial reconciliation among the church’s top...
From left, Robert Dilday, John Gayle, Cheryl Blackwell and Sal Anselmo are among the volunteer chaplains from St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church that minister at the city jail in Richmond, Virginia. Photo: Sarah Bartenstein
[Episcopal News Service] Robert Dilday has served for about a year...
An article from the December 2014 issue St. Paul's Episcopal Episcopal Church Communicant. Transcribed from an article written by Katie Nichol.
In early November, the Northwest Arkansas Prison Story Project visited the Randall L. Williams Correctional Facility in Pine Bluff for a staged...
A half-way house to help parolees adjust to...
In this video, the Rev. Canon Petero Sabune, Former Chaplain, Sing Sing Prison reflects on the challenges of aging in the prison system as well as ministry to, by and with prisoners.
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[Episcopal News Service] For more than five years, parolees have gone each month to Grace Church, College Hill,...
The office of the Bishop for the Armed Forces and Federal Ministries was established during the
Children of incarcerated parents are the invisible victims of crime.
There are an estimated 1.7 million children in the United States who have a parent in prison.
This week's bulletin inserts describe prison ministries in several dioceses around the Episcopal
Episcopal Life Bulletin Inserts features Episcopal camps for children of the incarcerated, plus
This Lenten Bible study is one way The Episcopal Church has chosen to fulfill the mandate of the
Prison ministry and criminal justice information and resources from the Diocese of Maryland and
The latest developments in criminal justice reform brought to you by the Prison Ministry Task Fo
A body of ministries addressing the spiritual needs of incarcerated men, women and children, to
An ecumenical organization that attempts to bring under one roof all Prison Ministries involved
Partners with local churches across the country to minister to a group that society often scorns