See what's Brewing at Holy Grounds....
Our inmate-operated coffee shop provides life skills for women in the TLC and Faith Wing programs at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center. They learn skills like: leadership, barista training which often leads to becoming Kaladi-certified barista, customer service, and bookkeeping just to name a few. However, their commercial espresso machine which was purchased many years ago has died. So they need your help to raise at least $3,000.00 to purchase a used replacement machine. We have already received $900. Will you be willing to invest in these women's lives by donating to the Holy Grounds coffee machine? If so use the donation button below.
"PRAISE THE LORD!
Give thanks to the LORD for He is good!
His faithful love endures forever." Psalm 106:1
We still have needs for our Transitional Living Homes even during these COVID challenging times. Our specific wish list includes:
Washer & Dryer, Refrigerator, Chest Freezer, Bikes, Dishwasher, Personal Hygiene Supplies
Also, have you considered "adopting" a house? You can by sending encouraging notes, supplies for houses, or a monthly donation. For more information about adopting a house please contact the house director below. Or use the Fall Donation button so send your financial support.
Women's Hope House director Eileen DalPoggetto: 929-1422
Men's Horizons House director Ron Steyer: 868-7878
We would like to express your many THANKS to all of you who donate your time, talents, and treasures to further this ministry. We give God the glory for providing individuals who share the gospel to those in, and newly released from, correctional facilities, and people, churches, & local organizations who financially sustain our chaplains, programs, and us. THANK YOU!!
Please continue to pray with us for God to provide 3 chaplains at Palmer Correctional Center when it opens.
Sharing Truth in Love
To partner with the Department of Corrections Chaplaincy Ministry in bringing life-changing ministry and programs to prisoners and ex-offenders through the mobilization and equipping of Alaska’s faith community and by developing private sector funding to support state-wide ministry operations.
Our faith based safe living homes are operated by Alaska Correctional Ministries Inc. The mission of these homes is to provide a Christ-centered living environment that includes peer accountably and structure for up to 14 residents who have been released from prison and are returning to the community.
Thanks to New Horizons Safe Living. It has helped me with accountability, choices & principles of love, faith and how to know God and maintain my focus in the right way.
Thanks to New Horizons I now have a stable life with spiritual and physical support.
Now I have God as my Lord and Savior. I now obey Jesus' commandments.
I am convinced that New Horizons helped change my life.
Alaska Correctional Ministries is a non-profit organization that has been partnering with the Department of Corrections Chaplaincy Ministry statewide since 1980, providing life-changing ministry to Alaska’s prisoners and ex-offenders. Together, we are providing ministry and programs that offer hope and real solutions in the lives of offenders through the transforming work of God
Alaska Correctional Ministries
PO Box 210188
Anchorage, AK 99521-0188