Last November, the News Herald published an article featuring a new initiative by the Lake County Jail Ministry (LCJM) that will focus on after care for formerly incarcerated individuals. After serving inmates "inside the bars" for over 30 years through Sunday church services and one-on-one mentoring, LCJM saw the critical need for more intensive mentoring … Continue reading LCJM in the News
Last month The Lake County Sheriff's Office released its 2018 annual report for the Lake County Adult Detention Facility. With a focus on Sheriff Dan Dunlap's stated goal "to return inmates back to society better than when they first came to our doors," the jail welcomed 160 volunteers to provide programs aimed at improving the … Continue reading Lake County Jail 2018 Annual Report
Your gift to the Lake County Jail Ministry brings hope to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals in many ways. Donations are used to purchase training and education materials, bibles and program fees. Lake County Jail Ministry is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to serving our community. The DONATE button below is an easy way to … Continue reading Donate today
Chaplain Kenneth Hall has been active in the jail ministry for over 5 years and was ordained in 2013. He retired in 2016 from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, where he was an officer for over 20 years. He served 4 years with the US Army.
The Lake County Jail Ministry is launching a new after-care initiative for formerly incarcerated individuals called the Community Life Program. It's goal is to help former inmates return to their community with hope for a healthy, productive future. Volunteers participate in Community Life Groups that come along side a former inmate brother or sister to … Continue reading Join a Community Life Group