Ministry Volunteer

Liberty Ministries was established in 1980 to serve the inmate populations of numerous state and county correctional facilities throughout Pennsylvania.  We have positively impacted thousands of men and women inmates with the teaching of the Word of God, substance abuse recovery, spiritual, physical and emotional support, and the life changing power of Jesus Christ.

Over 160 volunteers visit men and women housed in correctional facilities on a monthly bases teaching, training, mentoring, and preparing men and women for life outside of prison.

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Mentorship Volunteer
Coming out of incarceration and re-adjusting to society can be a difficult task for those recently released.  If you have a desire to help these men and women, prayerfully consider becoming a mentor.  As a mentor, you will have the ability to encourage, teach, and provide hope.  If you are interested in learning more, please email Hal Ludwig at hall@libertyministries.us.

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Penpal Volunteer
Becoming a Pen Pal for someone behind bars is an exciting opportunity to witness and offer hope.  Writing to an inmate is a big deal – it would amaze you to know how many times your letter will be read.  If interested, please email us at penpal@libertyministries.us

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Prison Ministry Volunteer
For those currently incarcerated, it is easy to lose hope and to not see a future.  However, for the past 35 years, Liberty Ministries has had a team of volunteers leading bible studies and sharing encouragement with those in prison.  If interested in becoming a prison volunteer, please contact us at prisonministry@libertyministries.us.  Please note this volunteer position does require special clearances.

If you have any other skill or talents and would like to donate your time or services, please let us know!  Email us at info@libertyministries.us and let us know in what capacity you would like to serve.