Prison Ministry

The vision of the prison ministry is to “Set the Captives Free.” We do this by providing spiritual, social, and character development through worship, family and relationship building, life skills, and career development.

Mission of Prison Outreach

  1. To restore the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated back into relational wholeness with God
  2. To re-establish the true identity and purpose of every offender so they can rise up and live out the true meaning of liberty.
  3. To mentor and disciple offenders into a state of maturity in order to expose their gifts and talents.


I.  Clayton Transition Center
Adult Male Felons
Capacity: 600
Security Level: Low
Services: 1st Saturdays at 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: Forest Park, Ga
Transportation: Own Transportation
  II.  Baldwin State Prison
Adult Male Felons
Security Level: Medium
Services: 2nd Saturdays at 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Harwick, Ga
Transportation: Church Bus (Leaves church at 3pm & returns 11:30pm)
III.  Dooley State Prison
Adult Male Felons
Capacity: 1400
Security Level: Medium
Services: 2nd Sundays from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Unadilla, Ga
Transportation: Bus Transportation (Leaves Church at 3:00pm & returns 11:30pm)

IV.  Lee Arrendale State Prison
Adult Female Felons
Capacity: 1800
Security Level: Medium
Services: 4th Sundays from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Alto, Ga
Transportation: Bus Transportation (Leaves Church at 4:00pm & returns 11:00 pm) 

Volunteer Application Process

  • Contact the Facility Volunteer Coordinator where you intend to volunteer.
  • Fill out a Volunteer Application.
  • Return the application to the Facility Volunteer Coordinator.
  • All applicants must consent to a criminal history background check (GCIC/NCIC).
  • The Facility Volunteer Coordinator will schedule a training class or direct you to a training sight for Pre-Service Orientation/ Volunteer Certification Training.
  • The process is complete when you receive your Volunteer I.D. and Locator Card, then you will coordinate your assignment and service agreement with the Facility Volunteer Coordinator at the service facility.

The Mandatory Pre-Service Orientation (PSO) / Volunteer Certification Training consist of the following subjects:

  • Overview of Corrections
  • Overview of Reentry Services
  • PREA Reporting requirement
  • Games Inmates Play
  • Role of Volunteer/Rules of Volunteer/Code of Ethics/SOP
  • Sexual Harassment/Unlawful Harassment
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Key & Tool Control/ Right to Know
  • Volunteer Forms

Ministry Leader: Deacon Lorenzo King

Ministry Contact: or 770-874-8400 ext. 1108