Writing letters to prisoners
Writing letters to folk in prison
Many prisoners receive no visits at all. Even if you want to do that in obedience to Matthew 25.44-45, it is not at easy path because of strict regulations. So to write a letter – say once a month – can be of great effect. There are things you have to be aware of before starting, so Prison Fellowship do a course called ‘Letter link’. Part of the requirement is that people become a member of Prison Fellowship, and we will explain how this can be achieved. The whole process is completely anonymous.
There is a course in Exeter on April 29th (no further details available yet). If you are interested in attending, do phone me on 01752 262600
Terry Higgins, co-ordinator Prison Fellowship in the Plymouth area.