Our primary goal is for prisoners to become born again and grow as fruitful disciples of Jesus Christ. We will work directly with prison chaplains to facilitate programming to assist in their ministry as preachers of the Church on the inside. We will recruit and train volunteers that lead regular Bible Studies, Seminars and Special Events.
Our secondary goal is to help the prisoner move through a continuum of discipleship that begins on the inside and continues to a successful transition back into society as a faithful servant of Christ.
Job Placement Assistance
Job Readiness Training
Life Skill Classes
GED Tutoring & Preparation
Supportive Services for family
Deemed eligible by Church of Christ Staff
At least 18 years of age
Reside in Orleans Parish or Jefferson Parish
Released from Department of Corrections in the last 180 days
The Visitation Ministry is a ministry of love and compassion to those who are shut-in. Teams of two or three visit patients in area hospitals to pray, encourage, and share a word of healing.
Our Women’s Ministry exists to assist our congregation in nurturing, encouraging and equipping women to faithfully and fully use their God-given gifts to glorify God.
“Then on the second day the heads of fathers’ households of all the people, the priests and the Levites were gathered to Ezra the scribe that they might gain insight into the words of the law.” Nehemiah 8:13.
The mission of our Men's Ministry is to help men dedicate their lives and service to God, Church, Family, and Community. We also strive to build relationships with Christian brothers.
Remember through the challenges we face in life that our hope is in Christ alone. “And my GOD shall supply all my need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus!” Philippians 4:19
The purpose of the Benevolence Ministry is to draw people closer to Christ by helping to meet their basic financial needs in times of crisis or transition, according to biblical directives and fiscal constraints.