This is the evangelistic arm of the ministry targeted at sharing the Gospel with the inmates in the prison system in the country.
For over 8 years, Jubilee Prison Ministry an arm of the Evangelism Department of The Carpenter’s Church has conducted monthly outreach visits to the Port Harcourt Prisons ministering to the inmates spiritually and physically.
The Word is ministered via digital media on a screen. In these outreaches souls are saved, the baptism of the Holy Spirit is ministered, and healing is administered to those who request prayer for healing. Also, refreshments are given to the inmates and other necessary provisions are shared among them.
In addition to the foregoing, the Jubilee Prison Ministry has been of great blessing to the Port Harcourt Prisons in the following ways:
In the near future, the Jubilee Prison Ministry hopes to expand its outreaches to other places.
- – The purchase of a 25 KVA generator, and occasional maintenance of the equipment.
- – Renovating the bathrooms in the Male Ward.
- – Assistance in securing the release of inmates who have been unfairly incarcerated. This is through the free services of legal practitioners among members of the team.
- – Helping some released inmates to go back to their families.
From May 2016, the Jubilee Prison Ministry received an open door of ministry from the Lord. With a team of 153 volunteer doctors, nurses, paramedics, counsellors and assistants in 2016 and 177 in 2017, two very successful outreaches have been held. The Presiding Pastor ministers the Word, an altar call is made and when decision slips are collected, the medical ministry begins to as many inmates as possible.
2016 – 391 inmates got born again, 4300 packs of food were distributed, 4000 drinks were distributed, 827 inmates received medical attention and drugs, 50 wardens received medical attention and drugs. In a follow-up visit the week after, 290 converts were filled with the Holy Spirit.
2017 – 1127 inmates got born again, 4300 packs of food were distributed, 4300 drinks were distributed, 1472 inmates received medical attention and drugs, 100 wardens received medical attention and drugs. In a follow-up visit the week after, 237 converts were filled with the Holy Spirit.