Our next Volunteer Orientation is scheduled for Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. at the Brazos County Detention Center.
Please share a Volunteer Application to anyone you think may be interested in serving with our ministry. Note: applications must be approved prior to the orientation session.
We are in great need of Life Skills Instructors. Other volunteer opportunities include:
We are thankful to all our volunteers for their service and dedication! You are very much appreciated!
Several 17-year old inmates need mentors to teach them a skill or Bible study. Since they are still minors (as far as housing goes), they cannot go to regular classes (Life Skills, GED, etc) until they turn 18 because of the PREA Law.
We are looking for volunteers who may be interested in teaching them a skill, teaching a Bible study, or whatever you can think of. Sgt. Preston is open to your ideas. Please pray about this opportunity to minister to these young people.
For more information, call (979) 361-4852 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the RJMBV Volunteer Application.
We are so grateful to our God for your faithful service to Him through Restorative Justice Ministries.
Each volunteer is invited, plus one guest.
Date: Saturday, January 18. 2014
Place: Westminister Presbyterian Church
3333 Oak Ridge Dr.
Oak Ridge Road is located off Briarcrest between Walmart and Bryan High School. If the front parking lot of the church fills up, you may use Bryan High School’s parking lot right next to the east side of the church.
Please join us for an afternoon of fellowship, food, and fun including a few door prizes.
RJM will furnish the turkey and ham, bread, and drinks.
Volunteers, please bring a side dish of either salad, vegetable, or starch. A few volunteers are going to be asked to bring a dessert.
Please bring your own serving spoons and/or forks for serving your dish.
Very important: RSVP by noon Tuesday, January 14, to let Luncheon Coordinator, Carolyn Carroll, know if you will be attending and if you are bringing a guest, so the correct amount of meat can be prepared.
Saturday, December 7, 2013
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Brazos County Detention Center
(inside the Visitation Lobby)
1835 Sandy Point Road, Bryan, Texas 77807
Join jail ministry volunteers, detention officers, believing inmates, and Christians from across the country as we intercede for prisoners, staff and their families (Isaiah 59:16; Ezekiel 22:30).
God is changing lives through Bryan/College Station’s own jail ministry. This year in Bryan/College Station, through the gifts and prayers of local Christians, more than 3,000 jail inmates have received Bibles, and almost 200 have been baptized. Each month nearly 100 volunteers lead more than 75 Bible studies and church services at the Brazos County Detention Center.
For more information, call (979) 361-4852 or e-mail email@example.com.
Sponsored by Restorative Justice Ministries of the Brazos Valley and Christian Library International
Life Skill classes are held once each week for 6 weeks. The classes are usually made available separately to both male & female inmates. Classes are offered in the following subjects:
- Communication Skills/Anger Management
- Personal Finances
- Career & Job Goals
- Thriving Inside
- Healed Hearts
- Celebrate Recovery
If you are interested, or know of someone interested in teaching one of the life skills classes, please contact our office for more information.
If you know of anyone who would be interested in serving in our ministry, please have them complete the volunteer application and return to the Chaplain’s office as soon as possible, keeping in mind that the approval process takes a few days.
We would love to have some volunteers help us out occasionally in the office during the week. If you are only available once a week for a few hours or once a month, that would be so helpful. If you are interested, please let me know the days and times when you would be available. You may email or call our office (979-361-4852) and leave a message if we are not in.
Please let me know if you are interested and if you have any questions. Thanks for your support!
God’s Blessings to you,
Interim Administrative Coordinator
Each year, almost one third of the inmates at Brazos County Detention Center – about 3,500 – request a Bible or other spiritual books while incarcerated. Your donations make that possible, not tax dollars.
Each week, volunteers process the requests from inmates, attaching each original request to the Bible with a rubber band and placing it on a cart so Chaplain Dan can deliver it.
Churches and individuals can make financial contributions so we can purchase these Bibles, or you can donate your own softcover Bibles or other favorite Christian books (with personal identification removed).