You are invited to the Prisons Week Lecture 2018 at The Crypt in Christ Church, Spitalfields, London
Hosted by Dr Hugh Osgood, Free Churches Moderator, with closing reflections from Bishop James of Rochester, Her Majesty’s Anglican Bishop to Prisons
On Thursday 18th October from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
This year’s theme from Hebrews 4:16 will be explored by our keynote speaker, the Rt Rev Richard Moth and others.
The 2018 Prisons Week of Prayer begins on Prisons Sunday, 14 October. The prayer leaflet/poster displayed here is available to download from www.prisonsweek.org or to order copies free of charge from firstname.lastname@example.org to enable individuals and churches to pray for the needs of all those affected by prisons: prisoners and their families, victims of crime and their communities, those working in the criminal justice system and the many people who are involved in caring for those affected by crime on the inside and outside of our prisons.
Prisons Week raises awareness and generates prayer. It motivates volunteers to step forward and give their time and gifts, in prisons and in their own communities. It provides an annual focus and reason for Christians to work together, building capacity and motivation to make a difference for people who are out of sight and often out of mind.