New Life Prison Ministry

If you're in prison, and you're considering turning your life around, you may benefit from attending some church services.

Our services include Bible Studies where we dig in depth into the Bible and learn more about God, forgiveness and His love.
New Life Prison Ministries
425-344-1239
PO Box 148,
Everett, WA 98206-0148
New Life Prison Ministries
New
Life
Prison Ministry
425-344-1239
16700 177th Ave SE,
Monroe, WA 98272

We teach freedom from addictions and a lifestyle that shackles men and women to addiction and alcohol. We work closely with prisoners and their families while they are incarcerated and when they are released.

In addition to chapel services each week in the correctional facilities, we also offer counseling. Our counseling services work closely with the men and women who are incarcerated as well as their families.

We work to help them through their sentence and beyond. We also offer transitional services that help them to transition back to the real world where they have jobs and are held responsible on a daily basis for their actions.

Our goal is to teach these people that there is hope. There is love. There is forgiveness. Through God, anything is possible.

We believe that everyone deserves forgiveness. We believe that God loves everyone, even those who have done something seriously wrong and are incarcerated.

We also offer a monthly newsletter that lets everyone know what we're doing and where. We want to involve everyone who is interested in helping others.

Our vision is to equip volunteers to go into the corrections facilities and teach the word of God. In order to be a part of this ministry, you must first believe in God yourself and believe in the Word of God.

With the above, we believe that we can be in unity, everything else is of man and cause division and separation of the Body of Christ.

We know that God doesn't call the qualified, he qualifies the called. We're a non-denominational church that is going into the corrections facilities and preaching the word of God.

Preaching forgiveness and love and helping those in need get back on track in their lives. Even if someone is in for life, we're still there to pray with them and help them find God.

We've been doing this since 1985. We're working on developing more transitional portions of the ministry and we also offer accountability for those offenders who have been released and need an accountability partner.

We're not here to judge, we're here to help. We want to be able to offer support and encouragement to those offenders in need and their families. We understand that things are tough right now. We believe that with God, all things are possible and that we can reach this goal together.

If you, or someone you know, is incarcerated, tell them about us and let us become a part of their lives. We're here to share the gospel and give them hope of a better future through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Regardless of whether you're attending a chapel service, counseling or transitional services, our prison ministry is here to help you and your loved ones achieve freedom from the chains that bind you.

We teach freedom from addictions and a lifestyle that shackles men and women to addiction and alcohol. We work closely with prisoners and their families while they are incarcerated and when they are released.

In addition to chapel services each week in the correctional facilities, we also offer counseling. Our counseling services work closely with the men and women who are incarcerated as well as their families.

We work to help them through their sentence and beyond. We also offer transitional services that help them to transition back to the real world where they have jobs and are held responsible on a daily basis for their actions.

Our goal is to teach these people that there is hope. There is love. There is forgiveness. Through God, anything is possible.

We believe that everyone deserves forgiveness. We believe that God loves everyone, even those who have done something seriously wrong and are incarcerated.

We also offer a monthly newsletter that lets everyone know what we're doing and where. We want to involve everyone who is interested in helping others.

Our vision is to equip volunteers to go into the corrections facilities and teach the word of God. In order to be a part of this ministry, you must first believe in God yourself and believe in the Word of God.

With the above, we believe that we can be in unity, everything else is of man and cause division and separation of the Body of Christ.

We know that God doesn't call the qualified, he qualifies the called. We're a non-denominational church that is going into the corrections facilities and preaching the word of God.

Preaching forgiveness and love and helping those in need get back on track in their lives. Even if someone is in for life, we're still there to pray with them and help them find God.

We've been doing this since 1985. We're working on developing more transitional portions of the ministry and we also offer accountability for those offenders who have been released and need an accountability partner.

We're not here to judge, we're here to help. We want to be able to offer support and encouragement to those offenders in need and their families. We understand that things are tough right now. We believe that with God, all things are possible and that we can reach this goal together.

If you, or someone you know, is incarcerated, tell them about us and let us become a part of their lives. We're here to share the gospel and give them hope of a better future through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Regardless of whether you're attending a chapel service, counseling or transitional services, our prison ministry is here to help you and your loved ones achieve freedom from the chains that bind you.

We teach freedom from addictions and a lifestyle that shackles men and women to addiction and alcohol. We work closely with prisoners and their families while they are incarcerated and when they are released.

In addition to chapel services each week in the correctional facilities, we also offer counseling. Our counseling services work closely with the men and women who are incarcerated as well as their families.

We work to help them through their sentence and beyond. We also offer transitional services that help them to transition back to the real world where they have jobs and are held responsible on a daily basis for their actions.

Our goal is to teach these people that there is hope. There is love. There is forgiveness. Through God, anything is possible.

We believe that everyone deserves forgiveness. We believe that God loves everyone, even those who have done something seriously wrong and are incarcerated.

We also offer a monthly newsletter that lets everyone know what we're doing and where. We want to involve everyone who is interested in helping others.

Our vision is to equip volunteers to go into the corrections facilities and teach the word of God. In order to be a part of this ministry, you must first believe in God yourself and believe in the Word of God.

With the above, we believe that we can be in unity, everything else is of man and cause division and separation of the Body of Christ.

We know that God doesn't call the qualified, he qualifies the called. We're a non-denominational church that is going into the corrections facilities and preaching the word of God.

Preaching forgiveness and love and helping those in need get back on track in their lives. Even if someone is in for life, we're still there to pray with them and help them find God.

We've been doing this since 1985. We're working on developing more transitional portions of the ministry and we also offer accountability for those offenders who have been released and need an accountability partner.

We're not here to judge, we're here to help. We want to be able to offer support and encouragement to those offenders in need and their families. We understand that things are tough right now. We believe that with God, all things are possible and that we can reach this goal together.

If you, or someone you know, is incarcerated, tell them about us and let us become a part of their lives. We're here to share the gospel and give them hope of a better future through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Regardless of whether you're attending a chapel service, counseling or transitional services, our prison ministry is here to help you and your loved ones achieve freedom from the chains that bind you.