United States of America
Angel Tree reaches out to the children of prisoners and their families with the love of Christ. This unique program gives an opportunity to share God’s love by helping to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the families of prisoners.
Angel Tree Camps
Children of prisoners discover the love of God through the outdoors.
Community of Restoration (APAC)
Communities of Restoration (COR) are 24-hour, 7-day-a-week intensive prison regimes operated by Prison Fellowship NGOs. They are designed to reduce offending behavior through character-focused, faith-based programming.
In prison yards across the USA, men and women are being introduced to Jesus and the promise of salvation, through one- and two-day evangelistic events. Speakers, musicians, and other performers, along with local volunteers, are able to convey the life-changing message that Jesus came to seek and save the lost.
Men and women behind bars are learning about the Good News of the Gospel and finding inspiration behind bars through Inside Journal, Prison Fellowship’s four-page quarterly newspaper for prisoners, which was launched in 1990.
Prison Fellowship Academy
Prison Fellowship Academy is an intensive, biblically based program that takes incarcerated men and women through a holistic life transformation process. Participants are guided by Prison Fellowship staff and volunteers to lead lives of purpose and productivity inside and outside of prison.
Warden Exchange convenes prison leaders for high-quality, interactive, transformational leadership training, preparing participants to foster more restorative prison environments that help men and women change their lives for the better.
Angel Tree Sports Clinic
Faith and Justice Fellowship
General Prison Ministry
- Prisons Visited: 353
- Prisoners Served: 397,526
- Children of Prisoners Served: 301,790
- Churches Engaged: 7,494
- Paid Staff: 239
- Volunteers: 9,500
- Program Types: 12