Volunteers are needed to serve incarcerated Christians while they transition successfully into community in the following ways:
- Preaching or Teaching - Go to a local prison to hold a weekly or every other week service. Teach a Bible study to a group of men and women.
- Mentor Ministry - Assist an approved Christian inmate for the ASM Mentor Program in developing a transition plan for their release from prison. Meet with the inmate for 8+ months before release to develop their plan. Then meet with them at the Discipleship Training Center (DTC) for 6 months after release to help them implement their plan.
- Music Ministry – Lead worship in prison worship services or Bible studies.
- Outside Mentor - Match up with a man or woman (gender appropriate) has been released to the DTC and help them through the transition process back into society. This is a weekly commitment.
- Bible Study Leaders - Lead Bible studies for inmates
- Celebrate Recovery Sponsors – Sponsor an inmate
- Office Assistants - Answer the phones, fold newsletters, stuff envelopes, and help administrative assistances.
Additional Information - Every 6 weeks, this partner offers a Beyond the Bars orientation at the Men’s Discipleship Training Center, which introduces interested volunteers to our ministry. The orientation is on Saturdays from 8:30-10am, and includes a continental breakfast, ministry presentation, testimonies of the men and women who live at the Discipleship Training Centers, and a tour of the facilities.
Visit the Alongside Ministries Webpage for more info!
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