Prison Fellowship Aftercare is a Christian ministry that responds to the spiritual, emotional, social and physical needs of prisoners and their families. It also seeks to inform, support, challenge and encourage adults and young people who have spent time or are still in prison.
Prison Fellowship Aftercare is based in Ballymena and has regular meetings in Hope House, 7 Alexandra Park, Doury Road Estate, Ballymena. These meetings take place on the last Friday of the month from 8pm – 9pm.
Prison Fellowship Aftercare
As well as caring for the prisoner, the Fellowship is also involved in family work and victim support –
Family Work – they support families of prisoners and also help to maintain and strengthen relationships between prisoners and ex-prisoners.
Victim Support – they help to promote greater awareness of the impact crime has on its victims whether directly or indirectly, and similarly on society.
If you are aware of anyone who could benefit from the support of Prison Fellowship Aftercare please get in touch with Ken Revie, either by phone 07846 669524 or by email email@example.com
You can also get more information on the work of the wider Prison Fellowship Northern Ireland on their website here.