Prison Ministry— Our Prison Ministry is under the direction of Minister Keisha Bell, Evangelist Linda Knapp, Missionary Lolita Green and Bishop Godfrey A. Stubbs.
Mission Statement: The mission of our prison ministry is to provide religious services, including but not limited to, letters writing, Christian-based literature, as well as structured bible classes for those incarcerated in penal institutions and prisons. The Prison Ministry members will minister to the incarcerated through sermons, songs, testimonies, prayer, exhortations and fellowship.
Vision Statement: The Prison Ministry of End Time is a comprehensive outreach spanning various areas of need. Our ultimate goal is to reduce the recidivism rate of offenders; to aid in the restoration of their lives through the infusion of intellectual, emotional and spiritual influence that is directed to help them discard harmful patterns and unhealthy attitudes, avoid addictive and destructive relationships and behavior, stay out of prison, and become positive contributors to society; and to bring awareness to the local Church of our nation's fastest growing population and their role in reaching those impacted by incarceration (offender, release, family, and the community).