Anglican Prison Chaplaincy - Information Session

"Lord, when was it that we saw you ... in prison and visited you?" And the king will answer, "Truly I tell you, just as you did it to the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me." (Mt 25:39-40).

Prison ministry is an important outreach ministry of the church providing pastoral and spiritual  care to those incarcerated as a result of either making poor decisions in their lives, mental  illness or from unfortunate circumstances. The prison chaplain brings a message of  nonjudgmental and unconditional love, offering Christ's message of reconciling grace and  hope.

If you would like an outlet for your gifts in pastoral care, or like to journey with prisoners into  the redemptive love of Christ, come along to St Francis College, Milton Road, Milton, on  Saturday 29 November from 10.00 am  to 11.30 am to learn how you might be part of this  vibrant ministry team of chaplains.

For catering purposes, please register your interest to Archdeacon David Lunniss via email  or mobile 0417 196 284.