Christmas Hope is Prison Fellowship's annual project to provide hampers and toys for the families at a time of year when prisoners' relatives can feel alone and forgotten and under extra finacial pressure. Christmas Hope is a very real way of demonstrating God's love. All new family contacts will be offered ongoing support by PF Family Workers in the New Year.
If you would like to get involved...
Our Spring News Focus includes great reports on Christmas Hope 2011, which provided gifts for more families than ever before – over 300! There is also news from the Prison Service on this time of critical change, an account of our “Bring a Buddy to Breakfast” with Minister of Justice David Ford MLA, and a note from a prisoner who found Christ behind bars. &nbs...
Sycamore Tree is the Prison Fellowship restorative justice programme which addresses offending behaviour through victim awareness. It encourages learners to take responsibility for their personal actions. There are six weekly sessions. Accredited by Open College Network at level 2, it is assessed through two workbooks which participants complete in their own time.
Session 1: Restorati...
Once a terrorist who wanted to hurt those who opposed his political views, Raymond is now the minister of two Presbyterian churches in Northern Ireland.