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Prison Ministry

Bringing hope to 2,000 inmates a month.

JENGA is working closely with the local prison service to restore hope to the inmates of East Uganda’s prisons through regular visits, practical support and relational ministry. By investing time and resources into meeting the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of imprisoned Ugandans, JENGA has found an avenue to introduce restoration and rehabilitation into the prison system.

Through offering tangible support such as soap, food, medical assistance, sleep mats, and clothing, JENGA is reaching the inmates in a way that opens doors and builds trust. Once a base relationship is established, JENGA is able to invest in the prisoners through weekly teaching and prayer alongside other established projects including Alpha and Discipleship.

Michael’s Story

We met Michael through one of our weekly church services in one of the prisons we support. He was one of the 82 men who decided to be baptised in a very special service on Maundy Thursday. A few weeks before this, our team had preached about how Jesus sacrificed his life for all, no matter what we have said or done. Once he heard about the opportunity to be baptised, he testified, “Now I know why I am in prison in this season of my life. This is the moment to give my life to Jesus and to turn away from my old life”. He was really touched to realise that God still loved him even though he had done wrong.

After the baptism, when he was speaking to one of the prison pastors, he was inspired by the Bible verse, “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute.” (Prov. 31:8). Now he is passionate about having a fresh start in life, and deciding to use his life to help and stand up for others who are not able to do this for themselves.

Names have been changed to protect identities