Central Kansas Prison Ministry is an organization for the purpose of
training Christian volunteers to work in area Kansas Correctional
Facilities and County Jails .
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|Chariot of Fire motorcycle trike, driven by Lynn & Karen McBride for Bill Glass Weekend of Champion prison events.|
a Bible Video Studies series that is especially designed
for jail and prison ministry.
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Weekly DVD Bible studies are produced for correctional facilities, jails and prisons, to be run on "in-house systems."
The same videos are uploaded to this site for anyone to watch.
Central Kansas Prison Ministry Newsletter
Hutchinson Spiritual Life Center Chapel Newsletter
Spiritual Life Center Chapel, at the El Dorado, Kansas, Correctional Facility
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This Chapel is 11,500 sq. ft. - Includes: 300 seat auditorium,
70 seat multipurpose room, 5 classrooms, 2 study computer labs, and 2 chaplain's offices.
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Ministry program. One of the purposes of this corporation shall be to establish, develop and implement a ministry to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ within various correctional institutions and detention facilities.
Other Assistance. Other purposes of this corporation shall be to provide charitable, religious and educational assistance to persons associated with the criminal justice system, including correctional employees, inmates, parolees and probationers and their families and relatives. This corporation will also consider needs of the offended as well as those of the offender in the correctional institution.
Assist the Kansas Department of Corrections in purchasing necessary equipment and/or construction of necessary facilities for the purpose of conducting classroom settings, worship services, and religious studies.
Our Ministry Goal
In the Bible, Matthew 25 gives a mandate for Believers to "go into prison." But the "how to" varies from State to State.
It is our responsibility to train, equip and place Christian volunteers from various denominations in prison work.