“If prayer truly works, if our weak human rambling to God actually changes things, then we must call believing people to pray, and together we must pray for change where change is needed most.”

2022 Campaign video released

What are you thankful for?

For nearly 50 years, Prisons Week has encouraged Christians to pray for all those affected by crime and imprisonment. The Samaritan leper in Luke 17, inspires us all to seek what he was amazed to find when returning to thank Jesus for his healing … a new beginning.

Our recent campaigns have moved us, like him, from loneliness and despair to hope. And now, like him, we also return with gratitude. So, what are you thankful for?

Conceived, directed and produced by Spread Creative.

2022 Campaign – 9th-15th Oct

2022 Taflen / Boster

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Your Prayers

A collection of prayers submitted by a broad cross-section of society, from prisoners to police officers.

Chaplains’ Prayers

Prison chaplains share their prayers as they consider the ravens in performing their daily duties.

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