In the United States, 1 in 4 women have an incarcerated loved one.
“This is the shared testimony by those whose hearts have been imprisoned because of a loved one being incarcerated. It helps us see this experience from different relational perspectives—parents, siblings, children, grandchildren, close friends, and others.” – James Clay
At our All In Community Luncheon, Hearts of the Incarcerated, our special presenters will be James Clay and his mother, sister, and daughter. James helped launch All In Community as a Horizon Prison Ministry participant, and now, he is an active member of Grace UMC (Dayton). At Grace, James co-developed one of All In Community’s fastest growing ministries, HOPE Letters, and he serves West Ohio as a Healing Communities Trainer.
Over lunch, James’ family will share their stories and open their hearts to us as we celebrate another year of All In Community ministry.
Lunch: Taco Bar
DEADLINE to register: May 19, 2019