Transformative Communities Promote Spiritual Growth and Healing

Transforming communities, whether within the jails or outside, share God’s love and generate hope for redemption, reconciliation, and peace.

2017 Annual Report

by Executive Director Rev. David Robinson

Praying with My Eyes Open

Rev. Louann Roberts writes about her experience as Facility Chaplain at Elmwood's Correctional Center for Women in Milpitas, CA.

EfM - Education for Ministry

Volunteer Chaplain Katy Dickinson writes about her experience setting up Elmwood's first "Cellblock Seminary."

Fill My Cup Ministry

Ethel Sturgis leads a powerful team of faithful women who engage in mission work in the local community and in support of foreign ministries. Juvenile Hall Chaplain Rev. Ra Amen writes about how Fill My Cup brought Christmas to Juvenile Hall.

Rev. Larry Leos

When his pastor told him that he was chosen to help at the jails in Santa Clara County, the Rev. Larry Leos had no idea that 25 years would pass and he would still be carrying God's word behind bars. Main Jail Chaplain Rev. Evelyn Vigil profiles Rev. Larry Leos, a dedicated volunteer.

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Faith-building is recognized by all as a powerful factor in rehabilitation, restoration, reconciliation and reentry into our community. Thank you for supporting jail ministry.