LEADERS & VOLUNTEERS
Transformed by God
Adventist Prison Ministries (APM) Washington coordinates the volunteers reaching out to inmates housed in correctional facilities throughout western Washington.
Through Prison Ministries, hope is renewed and lives are transformed by God. There are 12 ministry groups (supported by 15 churches) serving in seven institutions in western Washington.
New volunteers are welcome to serve after attending an orientation.
Volunteers are needed for In-Prison Church Services and Bible Studies; Inmate Counseling; Friendly Visitor Program; Pen Pal Program; Pre-Release and Re-Entry; Inmate Education; Literature Distribution; Jail Ministry; Juvenile Home Ministry; Ministry to Inmate Families.
Adventist Prison Ministry Fellowship
This fellowship group is comprised of Prison Ministry volunteers from across the conference. The fellowship meets twice a year for information, inspiration, coordination and fellowship. Everyone active or interested in Prison Ministries is welcome to attend and learn.
Institutional Bible Study and Worship Services
About 12 ministry groups (supported by many local churches) present Bible study and worship services within the major prisons and jails in western Washington.
An initiative to provide transitional housing for newly released individuals is being developed in Tacoma. Show your support for HOPE House by giving today. Your gift of $300 or more in a year will make you a member of the Committee of 100 for Transitional Housing.
Schedule a Prison Ministry Sabbath
Churches are welcome to host a Prison Ministry emphasis Sabbath throughout the year. A typical Sabbath includes a Prison Ministry volunteer offering the sermon and testimonies offered by former inmates who found Jesus through Adventist Prison Ministry and a short informational meeting on Prison Ministry in the afternoon. However, the program can be tailored to your church’s interests.