. . .you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. . .1 Peter 2:5
Click here for a copy of Lenten devotionals written by men and women of prison congregations across the U.S. and compiled by Prison Congregations of America. As our brothers and sisters share their faith stories with you through their writings, may your own faith be strengthened during your Lenten journey.
Pastor Chris Ode serves as the pastor of Living Stones. Please pray for him and our men as they grow together in God's love and grace in this ministry.
You are invited to join Pr. Chris and the Living Stones community for Saturday night worship. Contact Sandi at LivingStonesAssistant@outlook.com to schedule a date.
This ministry is what the gospel is for" – [first-time volunteer]
Click here to view a video created by Washington Corrections and to read more about this ministry.
Living Stones Prison Congregation offers a Word and Sacrament ministry to incarcerated men. We are a member of the Southwestern Washington Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and exist inside the walls of the prison in Shelton, WA. Every Saturday evening we meet for worship and to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ.
These men know their need of God, celebrate God's redemptive gift, and actively seek God's will for their lives. You are invited to participate in this ministry through prayer, worship, financial support, and/or our transition program. This is truly a joint ministry... We're All In This Together!
Please browse the website and prayerfully consider becoming God's instrument of love with our brothers behind bars. Only God's love can heal the pain and break the cycle of harm pervading our communities. Thank God, God is able!
The peace of the Lord Jesus be with you always!
Have a glimpse of heaven through this video.
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