Prison Ministry

Department Info

Department Description

FLM’s Prison Ministry is an active and effective ministry to incarcerated men, women, and juveniles through central Virginia.  Thirteen different teams minister in ten different facilities each week, visiting six nights per week (not on Wednesday).  Using every open door they have, the department ministers in a variety of ways; everything from Bible studies, small groups, and Chapel services, to exercise and praise dance classes.  Department workers also assist inmates in their transition back to society by teaching hands-on-computer and employment classes, helping them complete job applications online, teaching interviewing skills, and parenting classes.

Additional workers are always needed in the department, not just to minister the gospel but to assist with music, dance, drama, or to be paired with the teachers.  Workers must by 18 or older to participate and complete an FLM worker application.  In addition, application must be made to the individual facility where the worker will be assigned, and process which can take several months to receive approval.  Workers who can submit to multiple tiers of authority, follow instructions, work in a team and be patient and flexible are always welcome.

For more information, please contact Department Head Tasha King at prison@faithlandmarks.org.