The Saints Prison Ministry

Moorestown, NJ

Founded: 1987

Tel: (609) 845-3197


Top LeaderRev. Frank Zeidler Jr

Donor Contact: Rev. Frank Zeidler Jr

Member Since: November 3, 1997

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $441,673
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $54,443
   Total Revenue $496,116
   Total Expenses $440,078
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $132,294
Total Liabilities $6,110
Net Assets $126,184
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The Saints Prison Ministry was established in 1987 for the purpose of reaching inmates for Christ through athletics. During the past 35 years, our athletic teams have played over 4,600 games in more than 475 different correctional institutions in 33 states and two countries. As a result, in excess of 34,000 prisoners have made professions of faith in Jesus Christ. We currently correspond with 20,000 inmates across the country and around the world. We also partner with some of the top ministries around the country to offer discipleship opportunities and long-term interaction.

The Saints Prison Ministry uses the proceeds from donated vehicles to reach inmates with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Vehicles are accepted in any condition, and every dollar received is used to share the gospel with inmates. Knowing that 80% of the inmate population will not go to the chapel, the Saints use athletics to draw them to an event in the prison recreation yard where the Gospel is preached boldly. Evangelism, discipleship and aftercare are all part of the Saints mission.
The Saints Prison Ministry uses basketball, soccer, softball, and volleyball to reach inmates across the country with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 80% of those behind bars will not go to the chapel or a formal religious program, but they will attend a sporting event - particularly one pitting their inmate all-stars against outside competition! Your donations allow the Saints to reach men and women who desperately need to experience the love of Jesus Christ.
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