2020 is here! This year, Prison Fellowship programs will explore the theme of peace. Children at Camp For Kids will learn alongside those in prison about the peace that God offers. Around the country, our Art From Inside exhibitions will feature artworks by prisoners learning about God's peace.
The annual Week of Prayer in September will be a chance for you to pray alongside incarcerated Christians for peace in families, the world, and self.
Join us this year as we journey together with prisoners and their families to leave anxiety with God, trusting in his faithful promise of peace.
Special thanks to the the students at Prescott College in SA who baked items for sale to raise funds for Angel Tree during this last term! Their generosity means South Australian children with a parent in prison will receive a Christmas present this year.
“When I was a little kid, someone went to Kmart, Target or Myer … they went to a store and bought a present, they donated it to Angel Tree, and it ended up in my hands. It allowed me to feel one of the most important things in life, and that’s love; acceptance, and hope. Love can break through any barrier really, any brokenness. Your donation (to Angel tree) is not just giving money, it’s giving love, it’s giving hope to a child who knows nothing else. You’re literally changing a life, it’s not just a figure, every dollar, every cent is changing a child’s life.” - Clarisa, former Angel Tree recipient | Bring hope, acceptance and love to a child whose parent in prison by giving a $30 gift today | https://prison-fellowship.secure.force.com/Donate
Last Sunday Prison Fellowship was invited to a special "Gift Giving Service" at Influencers Church Paradise. SA/NT State Manager Ian Townsend is pictured with presents from just 3 of 12 services that took place over the weekend. Prison Fellowship is very grateful to be part of just 11 other organisations that are recipients of these presents! Massive thank you to Janine, Sjhana and Josh for partnering with us and showing the love of the Father this Christmas.