Angel Tree Project

Angel Tree, for Prison Fellowship, is our opportunity to express the love and mercy of our Heavenly Father in a way that undermines the past adversities that occur in family life when one person’s behaviour has a consequential affect on the innocent children, now separated by a parent’s custodial sentence.

Please take a few moments and follow this link;

During Covid 19, prisoners have spent 23 hours per day locked in their cells; face to face visits halted, and a desperate lack of contact with children, who fail to understand the restrictions, interpret the separation as they are not loved anymore or forgotten about.
I have A4 posters, A5 leaflets and internet resources that can be posted or e-mailed should you wish me to send you any for your use.
There is full information on the website at:
I offer this opportunity for you to think about whether you can spread awareness of this project in order for others to share in the joy of giving the Holy Spirit a way to intervene in these children’s lives. People in Plymouth have generously funded gifts in the past two years of my involvement, and I do not thus expect the same donors to provide each year.    This coming Christmas season the Chaplains hope to have 50 requests for children’s gifts to be sent out on behalf of those eligible dads in Dartmoor.  Each gift, a Christian book, & postage has an estimated total cost of £20.  Prayer is equally as important as the finance to purchase the presents.  Practical help also is welcome.
So if your friends, fellowship or family would like more information by leaflet, poster, video, Powerpoint presentation, or a personal conversation with me on the telephone or on zoom please let me know?
Together we will fulfil this project and create a hopeful and brighter future.