Our Ministry depends on you!! There are a number of ways to support this important and life changing work. Give, Participate, Volunteer, Pray, Share, and Bring a Friend!
Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supported by individuals, local churches, and businesses. Click here to donate online.
Make Checks payable to Forsyth Jail & Prison MinistriesPO Box 11802, Winston-Salem, NC 27116
For gifts of stock and other securities, the fair market value is tax deductible. Please contact our office for documentation on transfer procedures.
Designating Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries in your estate planning will ensure chaplains continue sharing the hope and love of Christ in Winston-Salem.
Please notify us of your inclusion of Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries in your estate planning by contacting Holly Kessler at (336) 759-0063 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may designate your United Way pledge to the Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries using the designated code, #2086
October 23, 2024, 7:00am-8:30am
Our most significant fundraiser of the year!
Come hear life stories from our Transition to Work graduates who invested time in pre-release courses to better themselves. Countless ex-offenders have successfully transitioned from prison to community life. They are blessed to be a blessing.
Benton Convention Center301 West Fifth StreetWinston-Salem, NC.
Contact us by September 30th to sponsor a table of 8 or attend the breakfast.
Fun with Father is designed to allow inmates a unique opportunity to spend quality time with their children. The program consists of a day filled with crafts and recreational activities to strengthen relationships, increase problem solving skills, build trust, and challenge fears. A spiritual component is incorporated also. Leading up to the day of family activities, a class on fatherhood is taught by our FJPM chaplains. Volunteers are welcomed to help with this program.
“My son really needed thisspecial time with his father.”
In the Name of the Father is a program that community supporters donate gifts for children of inmates. The week before the program, inmates “shop” through donated gifts to select for his children. On a Saturday in December, inmates and their children gather in the Chapel for a Christmas devotion and sharing of gifts.
Contact Brooke Stultz for ways you can be involved in this program.
Call (336) 759-0063 for more information and a rewarding opportunity to serve.
PO Box 11802Winston-Salem, NC 27116(336) 759-0063(336) 759-0554 email@example.com